Ford Motor Co. likely will sit down with U.K. labor officials in November to hear concerns about the auto maker’s decision to close a Jaguar Cars plant in Coventry. Ford announced in September it would shutter the 53-year-old plant as part of a widespread plan to restructure Jaguar, which continues to be a financial drain on the company’s Premier Automotive Group. (See related story: Jag to Shutter Browns Lane; Plans Aluminum XK) A Ford spokesman tells Ward’s the auto maker received a ...

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