NEW YORK, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is set to announce up to 13,000 new job cuts after agreeing with the United Auto Workers union on terms of the redundancies, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. The report, quoting people familiar with the matter, said the announcement could come as early as Thursday and that the cuts may affect as many as 11,000 hourly jobs and as many as 2,000 salaried positions. That would be on top of some 44,000 jobs Ford has already shed since ...
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