Ford workers agree to job cuts for guarantee SAO PAULO — Ford Motor Co.'s Brazilian employees have agreed to accept 300 jobs cuts in return for a 5-year employment guarantee, published reports say. The original offer was for two years. Workers at the plant in San Bernardo de Campo, near Sao Paulo, dismissed the offer due to fears that Ford planned to move production to its new Amazon small-car plant in northeast Bahia state, which has yet to launch production. The guarantee covers 3,200 of ...
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