* Ford, Mazda to build redesigned compact pickups at plant * Production of new pickups to start in mid-2011 * Vehicles for Thailand market and for export DETROIT, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co and Mazda Motor will invest $350 million in their joint venture in Thailand to build a redesigned version of their compact pickup trucks starting in mid-2011, Ford said on Wednesday. Ford said the investment -- in the AutoAlliance Thailand plant in Rayong, Thailand -- also affirms the ...
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