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August 6, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Lucent Technologies Inc., which is trying to eliminate as many as 49,500 jobs worldwide, meets with French unions Wednesday to discuss trimming its European work force, a spokeswoman said. Executives of the biggest U.S. maker of phone equipment met European employee representatives last week, said Marie-Dominique Bonardi, a spokeswoman at Lucent France. French executives will do the same with local unions, she said.
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August 6, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Lucent Technologies Inc., which is trying to eliminate as many as 49,500 jobs worldwide, meets with French unions Wednesday to discuss trimming its European work force, a spokeswoman said. Executives of the biggest U.S. maker of phone equipment met European employee representatives last week, said Marie-Dominique Bonardi, a spokeswoman at Lucent France. French executives will do the same with local unions, she said.
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October 25, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Volkswagen Announces Layoffs: Volkswagen, Europe's largest auto maker, said it will cut 8,000 jobs in Germany in the coming year, on top of similar cuts at its troubled Spanish subsidiary. Volkswagen, which said in August its first-half loss this year was $960 million, announced in Barcelona that it will lay off 9,000 of the 23,500 employed there making SEAT cars.
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