The 8,500 jobs targeted for elimination by DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes Car Group may not represent enough cost-cutting to return the storied auto maker to luxury market supremacy, analysts say. The job cuts will occur over the next 12 months, and they will be achieved through “voluntary termination agreements,” the auto maker says. The reductions will be bankrolled through a €950 million ($1.1 billion) charge, most of which will be applied against the company's fourth-quarter earnings. ...
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