BMW Plans To Cut 100 Million Euros Of German Labor Costs Per Year: Paper
German local newspaper Muenchner Merkur reported on Monday on its web page, citing workers’ representatives that Carmaker BMW intends to cut 100 million euros or $136 million of German labor costs annually from 2015 onwards. The savings were a result of the company considering which plants in Bavaria would be economically attractive enough to build new BMW models in the future.
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