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E.ON to cut administrative jobs in savings drive: CEO in paper



FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German utility E.ON plans to cut administrative jobs as part of efforts to reduce costs by 400 million euros (340.78 million pounds), Chief Executive Johannes Teyssen told newspaper Rheinische Post.


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