Isuzu Motors Ltd. says 4,260 employees applied for early retirement, about 15% more than it had planned would take the deal. Isuzu says it will retire most of the applicants at the end of October, but the higher-than-expected number of employees involved will not cause the auto maker to change its earnings forecast for the fiscal year ending in March. In August, Isuzu announced it would speed up job cuts by offering 3,700 workers early retirement until March as part of a bailout deal by ...
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