How Long Can Germany Keep Auto Jobs?Moira Herbst
The recession has caused a dent in global auto sales, but German automakers have avoided mass layoffs. In part, that's because the German government subsidizes workers whose hours have been trimmed through a program called Kurzarbeit, or "short work." A successful cash-for-clunkers program, which has just finished, also sheltered the industry.
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