TOKYO — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. plans a large-scale downsizing of its workforce in an ongoing corporate restructuring effort. Japan's fourth-largest automaker will trim some 9,900 jobs by March 2004, reports say. This would represent about an 11% cut in employees. The bulk of the cuts would occur through attrition, including reduction of new hires and early retirement incentives. The cuts will reduce Mitsubishi's workforce from its current 88,800 level to 78,900. The automaker has ...
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