DaimlerChrysler AG says it may cut 800 jobs in Germany at its Manheim commercial vehicle plant to save money. A DC spokesman tells the Associated Press that talks have begun between the auto maker and worker representatives about outsourcing some work currently done at the factory. He’s not sure when they will finish or how much money will be saved. Truck and bus manufacturing will not be affected, the spokesman says.
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