PARIS — Levi Strauss & Co. on Tuesday said it would cut 300 jobs in its European division as it moves to streamline production and delivery in Europe’s increasingly competitive jeans market.
The change at the Brussels-based division comes after two years of cost-cutting, which also included a hiring freeze. Levi’s currently employs about 4,800 people across Europe, including 500 in Brussels.
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