STOCKHOLM, Oct 29 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo said on Wednesday it had given notice of redundancy to an additional 600 employees in its European truck operations due to weak market demand. At its factory in Gent, Belgium, 200 temporarily employed would be made redundant at the beginning of next year in addition to the 400 announced on Sept. 30, Volvo Trucks spokesman Stefan Karlsson said. In Sweden, a total of 400 jobs would be cut in addition to already announced ...
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