BANGKOK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co plans to add 7,000 jobs in the United States over the next two years, it's chief executive, Alan Mulally, said on Thursday. However, speaking to a small group of reporters in Bangkok, Mulally declined comment on progress in negotiations on a new labour contract in the United States with the United Auto Workers. Previous reports have indicated a deal could be reached this week. Mulally said the second-largest U.S. car maker would not be slowing its ...
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