More job cuts could be looming for Jaguar Cars as it struggles to execute the hard-hitting restructuring plan it announced in September. The auto maker has slated 400 hourly and 750 white-collar positions for elimination by mid-2005, but Jaguar’s two U.K. labor unions estimate as many as 850 additional jobs may be in jeopardy. The 1,150 planned job cuts come as a result of the scheduled closing of Jaguar’s Browns Lane Assembly plant next year. The unions contend more layoffs are all but ...
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