Ford Motor Europe’s plan to create a state-of-the-art plant at its Automobile Craiova S.A. facility hits another obstacle as the European Commission declares a new handout by the Romanian government may be a subsidy too far. The EC has launched a formal state-aid inquiry into a subsidy for a E57 million ($52 million) training-program to find whether it breaks European Union laws. The money would fund upgrading the skills of the former government-owned Craiova plant’s workforce from 2008 ...

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