Tuesday, December 1, 2015

First it was GM, now Ford offshoring its production overseas

After President Obama nationalized General Motors back in 2009, the car company that was once the greatest corporation in American history changed course and began moving its operations out of the once grand city of Detroit, and across the Pacific where they built four new plants over the past six years.  Now on Nov. 30, the Ford Motor Company is following in these footsteps and under a new labor agreement signed with the United Auto Workers (UAW), will see the famous auto manufacturer offshore some of its own production and labor, while at the same time hiring lower wage workers for the jobs that will remain in the United States.
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