The report said the move would affect 100 San Diego jobs. It said that Pratt & Whitney blamed the consolidation on the downturn in the global economy and aerospace industry.
The story also reported that on June 24, Pratt & Whitney announced cuts to 200 salaried workers, including 170 of them in Connecticut. The company said the cuts represented less than 1 percent of its 37,000-member work force and followed declines in orders for new engines and maintenance and repairs.
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