MADRID – With just 115 votes, unionized workers at Ford Motor Co.’s Valencia plant have rejected a 5-year labor agreement reached only weeks ago, putting at risk 1,400 jobs on the night shift as well as the planned production of the new C-Max. The total workforce at the facility is 6,933 employees. The agreement calls for increasing wages over the next five years to keep even with inflation. It also includes a retirement plan to ensure the exit of the 1,200 oldest workers, replacing ...

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