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General Motors to cut more than 4,000 jobs this week

General Motors said it started a major round of involuntary layoffs Monday that will cut about 4,000 white-collar jobs from its payrolls. The job reductions, part of GM's previously announced plan to reduce its headcount by 15 percent, are coming after more than 2,000 employees accepted voluntary buyouts.
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