Russian car maker AvtoVAZ to cut up to 27,600 jobs


MOSCOW, Sept 24 (Russia) - AvtoVAZ , Russia's largest car maker, said on Thursday it has agreed with its main trade union to cut a maximum of 27,600 jobs at the company which produces the iconic Lada. AvtoVAZ currently employs 102,000 people. The company is part-owned by state conglomerate Russian Technologies and French car maker Renault . (Reporting by Robin Paxton; editing by Guy Faulconbridge)

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