Volvo cuts 237 jobs and closes plant, to take charge


STOCKHOLM, April 24 (Reuters) - Volvo said on Thursday it will cut 237 jobs as it closes a bus body plant in Tammerfors (Tampere), Finland and reorganises operations in Turku. Volvo, the world's number two truck maker, said in a statement it would take a charge of 120 million Swedish crowns ($20.5 million) in the first quarter.

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