Ford Motor Co. commits to a $75 million expenditure to expand its growing operations in India on the heels of a 2-day visit by CEO Bill Ford. The money, not specifically earmarked, is said by Ford to represent the company’s plan to continue its commitment to the fledgling market, where sales are projected to grow to 1.15 million units by 2007, 1.45 million by 2009 and 1.62 million by 2010. “To support the aggressive growth strategy we have in place, Ford India will be augmenting its ...
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