Crisis Brings Back Risk of New Job Cuts in Brazilian Automakers

The labor force was reduced by 4,000 jobs, to 103,300 workers, almost five percent less than the total employed a year ago, excluding tractor companies.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Recent indicators that the year will not be as bleak as projected at the start of the pandemic will not help save jobs in the auto industry. Automakers now have nearly 7,000 employees off-site, with suspended contracts (lay-off), and most of them believe there . . .

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