Report: Jaguar Land Rover set to cut thousands of jobs

Tony Jordan
Bloomberg News

Jaguar Land Rover will announce plans early next year to cut thousands of jobs as part of a turnaround strategy, the Financial Times reported, citing several unidentified people close to the company.

The company in January will outline the short-term part of its plan, including job losses, the report said. In October, it outlined plans to find savings of 2.5 billion pounds, including 1 billion pounds of cost reductions within 18 months, without saying how many jobs would be lost, the FT said.