HANOVER, Germany, May 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Czech unit Skoda could cut up to 2,800 jobs under a review of staffing levels it will wrap up by year's end, Skoda said on Thursday. "We are reviewing the efficacy of 2,800 jobs outside production, so in areas like administration and logistics," a spokesman said, but stressed this did not mean all the jobs would necessarily be axed. Skoda employs around 26,000 people. The review will determine whether some areas could be outsourced or ...
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