A fuel-cell research facility will be part of a C$1 billion ($820 million) commitment by Ford Motor Co. for a flexible assembly complex in Oakville, Ont., Canada, the auto maker announces today. The research and development center is an unexpected addition to plans for a campus that have been in the works for a couple years. Much of the delay has been attributed to slow progress in negotiations with Canadian politicians for funding that Ford insists is critical to the business case. ...
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