Engineer in Ford theft case may face more charges


* FBI finds secret documents from another company, US says * Prosecutors ask court not to release him, bail denied * Suspect worked at Ford from 1997 through early 2007 By Jeremy Pelofsky WASHINGTON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - A Chinese engineer arrested on suspicion of stealing Ford Motor Co. trade secrets will likely face additional charges after more secret data was found on his computer, U.S. prosecutors said this week. Xiang Dong Yu was arrested last month when he arrived at Chicago's ...

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