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Mitsubishi Motors looks to cut jobs in Thailand

Japanese automaker expects sales slump to persist beyond lockdown

Mitsubishi Motors shows off the Thai-made Attrage in November(Photo by Yohei Muramatsu)

BANGKOK -- Mitsubishi Motors aims to trim its workforce in Thailand as the automaker reduces output in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Mitsubishi Motors informed plant workers of the early retirement offer on May 7, it was revealed Wednesday. The company has offered severance packages equivalent to eight to 35 months of wages, depending on employee age and seniority.

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