SAO PAULO — The Brazilian auto industry is still in a major slump, but Ford Motor Co. has decided to temporarily halt the job cuts of some 2,800 workers. Ford decided to bring back the workers in order to end an impasse that forced the company to shut down its Sao Paulo facility. The idled workers occupied the plant for nearly two weeks in January to pressure the automaker to give them their jobs back. Ford said it initiated the job cuts because of reduced demand for the Fiesta, Ka and ...

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