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Ford to close Wales engine plant in 2020: union

Reuters Thursday, 6 June 2019
Ford will close its engine plant in Bridgend, south Wales, by September 2020, a trade union said on Thursday, putting 1,700 jobs at risk in the latest blow to Britain's car industry.
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According to Reuters, Ford said it would close its plant in Bridgend, south Wales, next year because of falling demand for some if its engines, putting 1,700 jobs at risk in a further blow to Britain’s once booming car industry. Ford is making cuts in several markets to turn around loss-making...

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