BEIJING, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Ford Motor may build a new car plant in northern China after its three-way China car venture splits into two separate entities, a Chinese newspaper said on Wednesday. Ford, which makes cars in China with Mazda Motor Corp and Chongqing Changan Automobile Co , operates two plants currently, one in the western municipality of Chongqing and another in the eastern city of Nanjing. But Ford and Mazda are pending regulatory approval to split their venture into two ...
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