STOCKHOLM — Volvo car production resumes at AutoNova after Ford Motor Co. and the TWR Group agree to Ford's buyout of the joint venture. Production of the Volvo C70 coupe and convertible had been stopped for more than two weeks at the plant in Uddevalla following a dispute over losses at the plant. Ford's Volvo unit, which already owned 49% of the JV, immediately acquired an additional 26% of the plant and will buy the remaining 25% in 2003. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but ...

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