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British American Tobacco plans to cut 2,300 jobs by January 2020

British American Tobacco to cut 2,300 jobs by Jan 2020

12.9.2019

British American Tobacco to cut 2,300 jobs by Jan 2020

British American Tobacco said on Thursday it would lay off 2,300 employees globally by January as it looks to simplify its operational structure.

REUTERS: British American Tobacco said on Thursday (Sep 12) it would lay off 2,300 employees globally by January as the world's second-largest tobacco company by sales looks to streamline its operations.

"My goal is to oversee a step change in New Category growth and significantly simplify our current ways of working and business processes," CEO Jack Bowles said in a statement.

Read more: CNA

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