Negotiations between Ford Motor Co.’s Land Rover unit and the Amicus manufacturing trade union, and other trade unions in the U.K., have broken down. An Oct. 10 morning meeting of shop stewards in London unanimously backed the decision by The Trade Unions on the Joint Negotiating Committee at Land Rover to reject the auto maker’s final contract offer. The offer will be detailed to the workforce at report-back meetings next week, says Amicus.
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