FORD SALES MAY HIT CAR PARTS JOBS, SAYS HUTTON John Hutton, the business secretary, has suggested that thousands of British jobs in supply chains for Jaguar and Land Rover, could be threatened after Ford Motor's sale of the marques. The comment was made as bidders for the brands were queried by trade unions in London over their plans for the cars suppliers and the possible offshoring of jobs. Bids have already been placed for the marques by One Equity, Tata Motors and Mahindra & ...
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