The State of Michigan grants Ford Motor Co. $1.35 million to educate 1,048 workers in skills that will be needed at Ford’s new Dearborn Truck Plant at its refurbished Rouge industrial complex in Dearborn. The auto maker lobbied the state for the grant as incentive to keep the Rouge operational and create jobs in the process, a Michigan Economic Development Corp. spokesman says. More than 1,000 Dearborn Truck Plant workers in Michigan will undergo training through a state-issued ...

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