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24 Feb 2006

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BBC News

Ford sued over Argentine abuses

Former workers of an Argentine Ford factory are suing the firm over what they say were serious abuses during the military rule of the 1970s and 80s. They say local managers conspired with the security forces to have union members taken to a detention centre on the premises, where they were tortured. Ford has in the past denied torture took place on its property.

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Argentina: Former Ford workers sue the company over alleged complicity in torture, kidnappings of union members

Ford lawsuit (re Argentina)