Wolters Kluwer to axe 1,600 jobs

<p>Wolters Kluwer has unveiled a three-year plan to restructure its cost base and reorganise operations, cutting 1,600 jobs, or 8% of its global workforce.</p><p>The multinational owns educational publisher Nelson Thornes and the professional services and publishing group Croner.CCH in the UK. Rudi Mesotten, Croner.CCH m.d., was unavailable for comment. Nelson Thornes is awaiting the arrival of new m.d. Fred Grainger next week.</p><p>Kluwer will reduce costs by &#8364;240m (&#163;164m) over the next three years, while simultaneously investing &#8364;800m (&#163;548m) to grow its operation...

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