STOCKHOLM, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Swedish carmaker Saab, now owned by Dutch auto maker Spyker , plans to cut its workforce by around 200 employees, an eighth of the workforce, a union official said on Friday. Hakan Skott, a union representative at Saab, which is based in the western town of Trollhattan, told Reuters the company had told staff it would lay off 200 workers, out of 1,600 employed. No one at the company was immediately available to comment. "I'm not exactly surprised (about ...
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