Pratt & Whitney Canada said it will cut 250 employees by year end and additional 160 workers next year in order "to align with a projected decline in customer demand and weakness in the global aerospace market with no signs of a recovery in 2010." President John Saabas described the job reductions as necessary owing to "difficult times," adding, "We need to make strategic decisions and structural changes to remain competitive and preserve our future in the face of continuing economic ...

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