Industry speculation about the future of three Ford Motor Co. assembly plants in Ohio can be put to rest now that the United Auto Workers union has a tentative agreement with the world's No.2 automaker. Cleveland Engine No.1, Lima Engine and Lorain Assembly, former home to the Thunderbird and Cougar, all will get new investment and product, according to UAW officials. That's just a few of the highlights from the contract hammered out between Ford and the UAW that 101,000 Ford-UAW members ...

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