TOKYO -- Isuzu Motors Ltd. will eliminate 3,300 jobs, 8.7% of its workforce, due to lower-than-expected first-half losses of ¥23.56 billion ($191.5 million). Isuzu lost ¥22.13 billion in the first half of 2000 and says it expects to post its third straight annual loss. Job cuts will take place over the next two years.
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