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Trump, Ford Both Are Basically Telling the Truth About Mexico Production -- But Where's the UAW?

There are three parties to the continuing election controversy over Ford's small-car production in Mexico -- Donald Trump, Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers union -- and only the union isn't sharing truths about it. It seems to be clueless or deceitful of either Trump or Ford when he [...]
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