Mining giant Anglo American on Tuesday said it plans to slash its workforce by almost two-thirds, from 135,000 staff to 50,000 after 2017, under restructuring triggered by tumbling commodity prices.
The company published a graph showing the expected decline in jobs -- to 99,000 next year and 92,000 in 2017 followed by another sharp reduction -- via a combination of asset sales and internal cuts.
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