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Carlsberg to trim 2,000 jobs as it seeks to cut costs

The world's fourth-largest brewer is seeking to cut annual costs by as much as €268 million

11th November, 2015
Carlsberg plans to cut around 2,000 jobs

Carlsberg, the world’s fourth-largest brewer, said it will cut about 2,000 jobs as it seeks to reduce annual costs by as much as 2 billion Danish kroner (€268 million) by 2018.

About 1,300 employees have been notified, and the move will cut staff by 15 per cent, the Copenhagen-based maker of Kronenbourg said in a statement. The company will take impairment and restructuring costs of 10 billion kroner from 2015 through 2017.

“Acknowledging the fact that the profit development of recent...

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