FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Ailing conglomerate Thyssenkrupp (DE:) on Thursday said it was in talks about additional job cuts as the coronavirus pandemic is hitting its cyclical businesses hard.
Chief Financial Officer Klaus Keysberg, in a call with journalists discussing fiscal third-quarter results, said that talks were ongoing, not providing further details.
The group is already cutting 6,000 jobs under an ongoing savings programme.
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