Ford Motor Co.'s St. Petersburg, Russia, assembly plant resumes normal production Monday (Nov. 28) after a week-long slowdown orchestrated by workers demanding a pay raise. However, union officials say the protests could resume if Ford does not meet their stipulations for higher wages, Reuters reports. The St. Petersburg factory, which makes the Focus compact car, is Ford's only plant in Russia. Citing sources, Reuters says Ford is considering importing Focus models from factories ...

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