USA: Ford and state strike deal to save Ohio jobs
Ford has done a deal with the state of Ohio to guarantee 2,000 jobs at an assembly plant for the next five years, the Detroit News said. The agreement completes an announcement made in May that the company will retool a portion of the plant to build a sport utility vehicle and rehire 850 workers laid off when Ford ended production of the Mercury Villager/Nissan Quest minivan in June, the newspaper said.
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