BAE Systems Plans To Cut Jobs As Typhoon Production Rate Slows

Credit: Typhoons: Royal Saudi Air Force
LONDON – BAE Systems has announced plans to cut its workforce as it slows production of the Eurofighter Typhoon. The company is planning to lay off 371 people deemed redundant to its U.K. Military Air and Information (MAI) operation as the company aims to reduce the fighter’s production rate. In a...

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