Ford's latest round of jobs cuts in Europe will mostly affect its German operations but the company's UK workforce will also be impacted
restructure in Europe as the automaker drops its traditionally high-selling but low-margin passenger cars including the Focus and Fiesta to switch to crossovers, SUVs and all-electric vehicles
The company wants to ax thousands of jobs in product development and hundreds of administrative roles
About 700 jobs, or 20 percent of the workforce, could be cut at Ford's European headquarters in Cologne and about 1,200 jobs will be axed at the spare parts business
Ford's technical center in Merkenich, 2,500 of the 3,800 jobs could go
concrete numbers of job losses from the automaker in mid-February
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