Two prominent U.K. trade unions say Ford Motor Co. will be forced to defend a major cost-saving cog in the Jaguar Cars restructuring plan it announced last month. The auto maker is expected to be summoned in early November to lay out evidence before the British parliament’s Trade and Industry Select Committee on the necessity of its forthcoming job cuts at the historic Browns Lane Jaguar assembly plant in Coventry slated for closure in 2005, a joint statement issued by Transport and ...
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