Workers at Ford Motor Co.’s Belgian plant have gone on strike for another 24-hour period following Ford’s decision last week to cut jobs and investment at the facility. The Oct. 10 strike at the Genk, Belgium, plant is the second daylong strike in five days, reportedly prompted by local news reports suggesting the plant would shutdown over the next two years. Ford plans to cut 3,000 jobs and eliminate one of three shifts at Genk, which produces the Mondeo. It also has decided not to ...

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