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Selected headlines: layoffs of global auto companies; resignation of Google founder; quick support for second-order creators; switch of Bank of China to be sold soon

2019-12-08 08:00:05Source: 36 krypton

"Featured headlines" is a weekly column, which will help you sort out the company and business news worthy of your attention in the week. "Featured headlines" is composed of several short news articles, all of which are from the subscription column "36 krypton daily business highlights". &Amp; nbsp; here are the company and business news worthy of attention this week (December 2-6): & nbsp; the car industry is hard to do, and the total number of layoffs of global car factories in the next few years will exceed 80000. Global car companies are experiencing transformation pains, including large ones. Daimler this week announced a global layoff plan, cutting at least 10000 jobs by 2022, or about 3.3% of its global workforce. Before Daimler, GM, Ford, BMW, Audi, Nissan and other global automakers have announced layoffs. According to the latest forecast compiled by Bloomberg on December 5, the total number of layoffs of several large car companies in the next few years may exceed 80000. Shrinking market demand is the primary reason for layoffs. According to IHS Markit, the global automotive industry will produce 88 million cars and light trucks this year, down nearly 6% from last year. Market slowdown further weakens cars

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