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PMP cuts 180 jobs in cost-cutting plan

PMP, the parent company of book printer Griffin Press, cut 180 full-time Australian jobs in the first half of the 2013 financial year as part of a cost-cutting ‘transformation plan’, reports Print21. In a statement to investors on 27 February, PMP chief executive Peter George said that the company expects to...

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Category: In brief