Denmark - Thousands of jobs lost at postal service - March 31, 2017

The national postal service Postnord wants to reduce mail delivery to once per week and has announced it intends to let go of upwards of 4,000 employees – roughly 40 percent of its entire Danish staff – in a bid to streamline its flailing economy. Furthermore, the service wants politicians in Denmark and Sweden, the other co-owner of Postnord, to cough up 2.3 billion kroner to help bail them out and make the transition.

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