A comprehensive report from a European Union think tank praises Germany’s handling of the current recession, citing the success of its car-scrappage scheme for propping up the market and preventing permanent job cuts in the auto industry. “Recent Restructuring Trends and Policies in the Automotive Sector,” a study released by Dublin-based EU agency the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, also explains how Germany’s entrenched short-term job sharing and ...

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