GERMANY: FRoSTA to cut jobs as part of restructuring
German frozen food company FRoSTA plans to cut 80 jobs out of its current workforce of 1,100, as it tries to cut costs and return to profit in 2004. The job cuts, part of FRoSTA's restructuring programme, are expected to result in cost savings of €3.5m (US$4.1m) in 2004 and €1.5m in 2005.
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