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Merck KGaA's Softly-Softly Approach To German Cutbacks Shows Learning From Swiss Experience

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Merck KGaA is in learning mode as it calls for early retirements and voluntary redundancies in Germany, instead of more abrupt action. Around 10% of jobs at Merck KGaA in Germany are at risk, but the company will refrain from forced job losses until the end of 2017.

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