By Tom Brown DETROIT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers official in charge of contract talks with Ford Motor Co. said on Wednesday he opposes the automaker's plans to build a lineup of new vehicles outside the United States. "I'm upset about the fact that Ford Motor Co. plans to, first of all, not build in Atlanta, and then also to send that particular work to Canada and also to Mexico," UAW International Vice President Gerald Bantom told Reuters. Bantom was referring to what ...
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