(Adds FT report, details, changes dateline from NEW YORK) MUMBAI, Nov 22 (Reuters) - UK union leaders for workers at Ford Motor Co's Land Rover and Jaguar brands have voted to support a Tata Motors bid for the brands if Ford sells them, the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal reported. Union leaders still preferred to stay as a part of Ford, but if a sale was decided, the workforce's best interests "would be served by finding a partner with an established presence and background ...
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