Ford to add 550 jobs

October 1996
Automotive News;10/21/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5683, p59
Trade Publication
Claims that 550 jobs will be created by Ford Motor Company when they begin production of a front-wheel-drive automatic transmission at two of their plants. Location of the plants; When the transmission will be mounted.


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