AutoAlliance to expand Thai pickup plant BANGKOK — Ford Motor Co. and Mazda Motor Corp. will invest US$27 million to expand their US$450 million pickup truck plant assembly in Rayong, Thailand, to build cars as well as trucks. The Thai government has granted approval for the expansion to AutoAlliance Co. Ltd., plus it has agreed to tax waivers. The company expects to build 70,000 Ford Rangers and Mazda Fighter pickups this year, about half the plant's capacity. The expansion will increase ...

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