BELGIUM: Levi Strauss Says Warehouse Jobs Safe - Report
Dozens of workers are set to lose their jobs at Levi Strauss & Co when the jeans giant reorganises its distribution centres in France and the Netherlands. But a report in the Belgian media on Friday said the reorganisation, which is part of the apparel firm's global restructuring drive, will not lead to any job losses at the company's Belgian distribution centre.
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