* Berlin, Bremen, Duesseldorf and Sindelfingen affected * Short weeks may last through April * Company cannot say how many workers are affected (Recasts, adds spokeswoman comment, writes through) By Christiaan Hetzner; FRANKFURT, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Roughly 50,000 Daimler AG staff face a shorter working week from January as slumping demand hits European carmakers. The car and truck maker said on Thursday it would talk to unions about potentially reducing working hours at four ...
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