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Front-drive Efficiency: Ford to Sink $350 Million Into New Transmissions

Despite news that Ford Motor Company has started making plans to scale back its workforce in North America and Asia, there are 800 Michigan-based employees who needn’t fear for their jobs — all thanks to commitments made in the company’s 2015 deal with the United Auto Workers. Ford confirmed on Friday that it will be investing […] The post Front-drive Efficiency: Ford to Sink $350 Million Into New Transmissions appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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