ADELAIDE — Mitsubishi Motors Australia confirms plans for more job cuts at its two Adelaide plants. Managing Director Mike Quinn says costs have to be brought down. The job losses will be part of a long-term program to improve efficiency at the plants, which employ about 4,200 people. The numbers will be decided this month. “Retrenchment is always a potential,” he says, “but our aim at present is to run it on a voluntary retirement program and on attrition.” Some 300 jobs were cut in ...
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