Boeing will cut its Australian workforce by 300 at its Fisherman’s Bend, Melbourne facility. In a statement, Boeing said the move would take place by the end of 2014, reducing the Australian workforce to around 1,000. Australia has the largest Boeing workforce outside the US, but the company has increasingly relied on subcontractors in the areas of design, test, certification and manufacture of advanced structures. Currently, Fisherman’s Bend manufactures wing ...

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