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Boeing to lay off 7 000 workers in civil aviation, sources say

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Boeing plans to reduce the workforce in its civil aviation unit by 10% to cut costs as the coronavirus causes a crisis for airlines, two sources familiar with the matter told AFP.

The layoffs would impact the unit manufacturing the troubled 737 MAX, which has been grounded for more than a year after two deadly crashes, as well as the 787 and 777 long-haul aircraft, the sources said.

The job cuts could affect up to 7 000 workers. Boeing employs more than 160 000 people worldwide, including 70 000 in Washington state, where most of its civilian aircraft are assembled.

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