Greenpeace volunteers shut down a portion of Ford Motor Co.'s Land Rover Solihull assembly plant in the U.K. May 16 during the morning hours in a protest against the poor fuel economy typically associated with SUVs. Some 35 members of the environmental advocacy group entered the plant at 7 a.m. and activated safety shut down mechanisms to stop the Range Rover assembly line. Protesters then chained themselves to robots and unfinished vehicles, Greenpeace says. Protesters interfere with ...
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