MADRID – Ford Motor Co. will idle its Valencia engine plant 75 working days over a 12-month period beginning in March, a move it says will affect up to 455 of the facility’s 500 workers. The reduction in output, equivalent to a third of the year’s working days, is a result of sluggish sales in North America, where a portion of Valencia 4-cyl. engines are shipped. “The production of 55,000 engines initially scheduled for North America has now been reduced to only 3,000, as the car demand ...

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