UPDATE 1-Daimler may shorten work week at four German sites


* Berlin, Bremen, Duesseldorf and Sindelfingen affected * may last through April (Adds details) STUTTGART, Germany, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Daimler will talk to its organised labour about potentially reducing working hours at four German Mercedes-Benz assembly plants from January through the end of April, the company said on Thursday. Should this step be implemented, 47,000 employees or more at its production sites in Sindelfingen, Berlin, Bremen and Duesseldorf could have shortened work ...

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