NEW YORK, May 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will announce later on Friday that it will build its new global car, the Fiesta, in Mexico for future sale in the United States market, the Wall Street Journal said. The newspaper cited a person familiar with the plan. But Ford officials declined to comment except to say the company planned to bring the Fiesta to North America in 2010. It has not said where it will build the U.S. version of the car. The Journal said it was not immediately clear ...
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