CANBERRA – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. will spend more than A$20 million ($14 million) to build a new product engineering and development center in Geelong, Victoria. The center, to be completed in 2006, will be built alongside Ford's powertrain and stamping operations. Ford Australia Included in the development will be new offices housing more than 300 workers, test and equipment areas, engine laboratories, a prototype shop and a new service garage, all of which will replace ...

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