Archive for Sunday, September 26, 2010

Ford plans to open engine plant in China

September 26, 2010


— Ford and Chinese partner, Changan Ford Mazda Automobile Ltd., plan to build a $500 million engine plant in China.

They signed a memorandum of understanding with the city of Chongqing on Saturday.

Construction is to begin next year with engine production starting in 2013. The plant can make 400,000 engines annually; more than double the partnership’s existing engine capacity in China.

The partnership operates two assembly plants in China, including one in Chongqing. It is building a third to produce the Ford Focus.


Fred Whitehead Jr. 7 years, 6 months ago

Get out your book on the Chinese languages, they are selling our jobs, our country and our future to the Asian continent. English will become an ancient dead language, much like Latin and American society will have caved in to the oriental onslaught.

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