NETHERLANDS: Ahold may cut hundreds of jobs at Albert Heijn - report
Beleaguered Dutch retailer Ahold is to cut hundreds of jobs at its Dutch retail chain Albert Heijn, according to reports. Ahold is to axe jobs at both Albert Heijn headquarters and at its stores, with around 3-4% of the total workforce possibly being laid off, Dow Jones Newswires reported, citing a source close to the company.
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