MADRID – Ford Motor Co.’s Spanish operations plan to cut 680 jobs at its Almussafes plant due to shrinking vehicle demand, while Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. strikes a deal with Spanish labor unions to idle 698 workers. One of three shifts at the Ford plant will be eliminated in order to adjust daily production to 1,460 vehicles. Additionally, 80 white-collar positions will be eliminated, including administrative and management jobs. The auto maker intends to offer the majority of affected ...

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