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Business - Foreign carmakers to keep price edge as Ford faces higher labor costs

By Bernie Woodall DETROIT (Reuters) - Foreign automakers with plants in the United States will be able to offer lower vehicle prices as Ford Motor Co faces continued higher labor costs under a new four-year contract with its U.S. union workers. The labor cost gap of $8 to $10 per hour will allow automakers such as Toyota Motor Corp, Honda Motor Co, Nissan Motors Co and Hyundai Motor Co to offer more attractive options while keeping vehicle prices competitive with the Detroit Three automakers, or charge less for their vehicles.

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