Demand falling for Australian-built models.
Ford Australia lays off 212 workers after only 118 take voluntary leave as the car company downsizes in the face of shrinking sales of locally built vehicles. The auto maker announced in July plans to make 440 workers redundant, but it found jobs within the company for the other 110. Ford Australia President and CEO Bob Graziano continues to deny the U.S. parent intends to end Australian production after The Age newspaper reports workers at the auto maker’s Broadmeadows plant say ...
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