The next-generation Ford Falcon sedan is likely to have the fewest Australian parts yet, Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. President Tom Gorman tells reporters during a media briefing. Gorman’s comments were made a day after Ford announced it would outsource the upholstery trim line at its Melbourne plant to supplier Futuris Automotive Corp. Ltd. The auto maker gave assurances the 120 employees affected by the decision would be redeployed internally. The Australian Mfg. Workers Union ...

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