USA: Chrysler pressures suppliers, plans to cut more salaried staff by attrition - paper
The Chrysler Group, facing a $US1.2 billion loss this quarter, is stepping up pressure on some suppliers to lower prices and plans to reduce its salaried payroll by 2% this year, a report in the Detroit News said. Spokesman David Barnas told the motor city paper that the employment cuts will come through attrition, not the layoffs that have been more common among the car maker's ranks in recent years.
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