Ford Motor Co. and the union representing workers at two of its German plants reportedly reach a new 5-year labor pact March 6. Over the next five years, Ford says it will continue to build the Fiesta and Focus models at its Cologne plant, which employs 18,000, as well as continue with production of the Focus at its Saarlouis facility, where 6,400 work. The Dearborn, MI-based auto maker also vows to not institute mandatory layoffs at the two plants. The union agrees to move wage rates ...

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