Ford Motor Co. will give up majority ownership of two Canadian aluminum casting plants in Windsor, Ont., to Nemak, its joint venture with ALFA of Mexico, to gain dominance in aluminum casting and pursue more non-Ford business. Ford of Canada President Bobbie Gaunt made the announcement in Windsor Friday that the two have signed a memorandum of understanding with an agreement to be finalized by year's end. The 1,140 workers remain Ford of Canada employees under the three-year Canadian Auto ...
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