Ford to cut Jaguar production in 2006 -WSJ


NEW YORK, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co , which has announced a series of restructuring initiatives this year, plans to cut production at its Jaguar luxury brand by as much as 7 percent next year, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. The automaker may also sell its Browns Lane plant in Coventry, England, according to the report. A Jaguar spokesman told the Journal that the company is in talks with parties that have expressed interest in buying the plant, but that no final ...

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