BRUSSELS, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Management and unions at Ford Motor Co's plant in Belgium reached a provisional deal early on Monday to end a strike that has stopped production since Thursday. "There is a provisional agreement between management and union representatives. It will be put to a vote among workers today," a Ford Belgium spokesman said. Unions will conduct two votes, for the morning shift at 10 a.m. and the afternoon shift at 2 p.m., with the result expected to be known at ...
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