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Up to 200 jobs to be cut at Germany's top paper

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Up to 200 jobs could be slashed at top German tabloid Bild, as its publishing group seeks to make some 20 million euros ($26 million) in cost savings, according to a media report on Sunday. 

A man reads Germany's top selling newspaper, Bild, on March 9, 2012 in Berlin. Up to 200 jobs could be slashed at Bild, as its publishing group seeks to make some 20 million euros ($26 million) in cost savings, according to a media report on Sunday.

Citing "several informed sources", newsweekly Der Spiegel said publishers Axel Springer were looking to cut between 170 and 200 jobs at Bild, the most widely read daily newspaper in Europe.

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