JAPAN: Half of GM workforce faces axe - report
General Motors on Tuesday said it plans to cut the work force at its two Japanese units by as much as 50% from the current 180 over the next few months, according to Dow Jones. GM said it has offered voluntary retirement plans to employees of General Motors Asia Pacific (Japan), which oversees GM's Japanese operations, and General Motors Japan Ltd., which imports and wholesales GM cars, Dow Jones reported.
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