BELGIUM: ABVV union serves Ford with letter in a bid to restart talks
By Simon Warburton | 30 November 2012
Ford Genk's largest union has delivered a notice to the US automaker in an attempt to drive the automaker back to the negotiating table concering the plannned closure of the Belgian plant.
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