In an attempt to conserve supplies of automotive parts from Japan, Ford has decided to idle its vehicle manufacturing plant in Genk, Belgium, for five days. The OEM had, for a different reason, intended to idle the plant in May this year, but has now rescheduled the dates owing to …
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