BERLIN, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co may delay the next versions of the Galaxy and S-MAX minivans as it plans to shut a factory in Genk, Belgium, where the vehicles are made, German magazine Auto Motor und Sport reported on Wednesday. Scrambling to cut costs and stem European losses, the U.S. manufacturer said on Oct. 24 that it plans to close the Genk factory employing about 4,300 workers by the end of 2014 and shift production to Valencia. The shutdown of ...
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