Ford Motor Co. is mum on a Canadian Auto Workers union proposal designed to help the struggling auto maker crack the growing small-car segment. The confidential proposal, obtained by Ward’s, outlines how Ford might twin its assembly plant in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. The other half of the site would be owned and run by a contract assembler, such as Magna International. The rejuvenated operation not only would benefit Ford’s product pipeline, it would breathe new lift into the tired ...

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