Ford Motor Co., The Bing Group and the City of Detroit open the Detroit Manufacturing Training Center, a 40,000-sq.-ft. facility located in Detroit's federal Empowerment Zone that will train workers for positions with minority automotive suppliers. About 400 students annually are expected to participate in the eight-week training sessions at the center. Ford says it spent more than $3 million to construct the non-profit facility. The Bing Group and several other minority suppliers are ...
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