VIENNA – Production of the second-generation Focus is under way at the Ford Motor Co. ZAO plant in Vsevolozhsk, Russia, near St. Petersburg. Ford invested some $50 million to tool up for the new model. The auto maker plans to produce about 32,000 cars in Russia this year, including some 7,000 units of the old Focus, which was phased out in April. About 29,700 Focus cars were manufactured in Russia last year. The plant produced a total of about 55,500 of the first-generation Focus ...

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