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Ford to close Michigan engine plant as part of new UAW contract

USATODAY.com Thursday, 31 October 2019
Ford Motor plans to close an engine plant in Romeo, Michigan, and relocate or buy out an estimated 600 United Auto Workers employees who work there.
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News video: Possible deal between United Autoworkers and Ford includes closure of Romeo plant

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Ford Motor Company will close its Romeo Engine Plant as part of the proposed tentative agreement reached with the UAW. The plant will close if the UAW-Ford Council and rank-and-file members approve the contract.

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