TOKYO, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele on Wednesday denied a report that the U.S. auto maker would close one of its three plants in Britain that make Jaguar luxury cars, which have sold poorly recently. "The answer is no," Scheele told reporters at the Tokyo Motor Show, when asked about the report. "This is really speculation that's been running around now for six to nine months." Britain's Sunday Times newspaper has reported that Ford plans to close ...
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