CANBERRA – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. will develop its next-generation Falcon large car with an eye towards exports to Asia, Europe and the Americas by the end of the decade. The auto maker, which previously only focused on domestic sales, now says exports will form a core part of its future. The upcoming new Falcon, codenamed Orion and due for release in 2008, will be designed for left- or right-hand drive. "While we have no concrete export plans to announce at this time, our ...
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