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Bombardier freezes 38,000 workers' wages

Staff under certain local contracts are not affected
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 06:00

Harsh reality: The company has already been tightening its belt, announcing in January that it was eliminating 1,700 jobs at its aerospace division, mostly in and around its headquarters in Montreal. - PHOTO: REUTERS

[NEW YORK] Bombardier, whose delayed CSeries jet is weighing on profits, is freezing salaries for about 38,000 non-union workers in its aerospace and transportation units worldwide as well as at its head office. Employees who are covered under certain local contracts, about half of Bombardier's

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