DETROIT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Officials from the United Auto Workers on Tuesday urged hourly workers at Ford Motor Co to approve a set of concessions intended to cut operating costs and cash outlays for the No. 2 U.S. automaker at time when global sales are tumbling. UAW officials representing factory workers from Ford facilities across the United States met on Tuesday in Detroit and voted unanimously to recommend ratification of the contract changes, the union said. The UAW leadership at ...
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