As it was expected, Ford and the United Auto Workers union decided to sign a contract for the next four years and this way, 41.000 members in the US will have a safe job.
Nothing is for sure yet, as they still wait for the board to decide, but it's almost for sure. To be a success, Ford said it will add 12.000 new hourly jobs in the US by the end of 2015 and this is 2.000 more than the first report and even 5.000 more than the ones supposed to be added by the end of 2012.
By doing this, Ford hopes to improve the competitiveness of their cars in the US by concentrating on the products that will make the company grow.
The way the carmaker managed to increase the number of jobs was by moving production from China, Japan and Mexico, to the US.
This is a great idea and we're sure a lot of Americans are happy with this decision.
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