MADRID, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Ford has planned for 21 days of stoppages at its Almussafes plant in the Spanish city of Valencia for the first half of next year due to falling demand, the company said on Tuesday. The stoppages will effect 5,177 employees but will not result in layoffs, Ford said in a news release. Car manufacturers in Spain are faced with collapsing domestic demand which Renault said on Tuesday will mean sales down 50 percent in the last quarter of this year, and companies ...
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