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July 6, 1993

…AND NOW THOMSON-CSF SAYS 2,000 PEOPLE ARE SURPLUS TO REQUIREMENTS

By CBR Staff Writer

Compagnie des Machines Bull SA is not the only French major with more staff than current circumstances justify, and French defence and professional electronics company Thomson-CSF SA believes it has 1,500 to 2,000 excess workers and is studying with its unions ways to scale back. The company categorically denied reports that it may cut its workforce by 4,000 and said Thomson-CSF usually found ways to avoid redundancies. It employed 42,357 at end-1992.

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