Ford Motor Co. employees represented by the United Auto Workers union narrowly ratified a change to their benefit package that would increase co-pay levels and defer pay raises. The deal passed by a slim majority of 51%, the UAW disclosed in a statement issued by its president, Ron Gettelfinger, and its vice president in charge of Ford relations, Gerald Bantom. Ford sought the concessions after the UAW agreed to similar measures at General Motors Corp. The No.1 auto maker, which has been ...
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