DETROIT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Friday that it would resume production at an Ohio plant that will be the world's first to produce one of a new family of engines that offer better fuel economy. Ford has invested $55 million for tooling and equipment upgrades to build the EcoBoost engines at Cleveland Engine Plant No. 1, which was idled in 2007. The 250 workers to build the engines will come from other plants on the site. Cleveland Engine Plant No. 1 was Ford's first ...
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