The Dutch group Philips announced Monday, January 30, the loss of 6,000 jobs by 2025 after losses linked to a recall of defective breathing apparatus for sleep apnea which has plagued it for months.
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This new "
difficult but necessary
" workforce reduction comes on top of the loss of 4,000 jobs announced by the group in October, said Philips CEO Roy Jakobs.