TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - New United Motor Manufacturing Inc (NUMMI), a joint venture between Toyota Motor Corp and the former General Motors Corp [GM.UL] in California, will shed its entire workforce of about 4,700 by next spring, the Nikkei business daily reported on Saturday. Toyota said in late August it would end output at the California plant it has shared with GM for 25 years, prompting criticism from labour and politicians facing more job losses in an industry and a state pummeled ...
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