Ford Motor Co. plans to seek concessions from the United Auto Workers union similar to what was granted to bankrupt General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC. “We’re going to be having discussions with the UAW to look at how we can ensure we’re competitive going forward,” Ford spokesman Mark Truby tells Ward’s . Truby says there is no timeline for Ford to approach the union. Both GM and Chrysler were able to renegotiate their contracts prior to entering bankruptcy. It remains unclear what ...

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