Ford-UAW agreement affirms commitment to US plants


DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co has renewed its commitment to build new vehicles at five U.S. assembly plants and to consult with the United Auto Workers before it shifts any work to Mexico in steps aimed at preserving union jobs. The commitments include new products for Ford's Ohio Assembly, Kansas City Assembly, Michigan Assembly, Louisville Assembly and Chicago Assembly plants, according to a copy of the negotiated contract changes obtained by Reuters. The commitments by ...

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