In an effort to further cut costs, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is looking to trim 1,000 jobs in the U.S. — about 10% of its U.S. workforce — by March 31, 2001. And a spokesman says to look for more restructuring announcements to come. The company says it will eliminate the jobs through consolidating offices, and through both attrition and layoffs. Few specifics about where the cuts will take place have been finalized. “We haven't really gotten down to the point of saying how many jobs will be ...
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