SHANGHAI, April 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Thursday its $312.5 million new engine plant in east China has started production, as it moved to strengthen its position in the world's second-largest auto market. Changan Ford Mazda Engine, a three-way tie-up between Ford, Mazda Motor Corp. and Changan Automobile Co. Ltd. , will supply the partners' car-making joint venture, it said in a statement. The facility, capable of producing 350,000 units per year, is currently making ...
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