FLAT ROCK, MI – The U.S. Dept. of Labor is earmarking $6.3 million to help American workers keep up with advancements in automotive manufacturing. The money will be awarded to specific auto makers “over the next few weeks,” Dept. of Labor Secretary Elaine Chao says during the Job One launch of the ’05 Mustang at Ford Motor Co.’s Auto Alliance International Inc. joint venture plant here. (See related story: ’05 Mustang Job One Greeted by ’04 Glut) Funding will go to train plant ...
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