Ford Motor Co. gets the nod from Chinese officials for an engine manufacturing joint venture that it plans to have operating by 2007 in Nanjing. The engine plant will be run in cooperation with partners Changan Automotive Group and Mazda Motor Corp. Capacity is expected to be 350,000 units annually, with most engines earmarked for the Nanjing car assembly joint venture plant under construction.(See related story: Ford, Mazda Ink China Engine Plant Deal) The forthcoming assembly plant ...
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