Ford will invest $200 million at a Brook Park, OH, engine plant to produce its 2.0L direct-injected turbocharged EcoBoost 4-cyl. engine, shifting output of the powerplant for the U.S. from its operations in Valencia, Spain. The auto maker will add 450 jobs at the Ohio facility, which will launch Job One late next year. Although the engine will continue to be built in Valencia for the European market, some employees will be transferred to an assembly plant there to support increased ...

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