CHONGQING — Ford Motor Co. may build its popular Focus small car at a newly approved joint venture in China, a project that marks the automaker's first foray into the country's ever-growing passenger car market. The U.S. automaker previously had indicated that a version of its Fiesta-based Ikon sedan, tailored for Chinese market and driving conditions, would prove to be the ideal product. Ford currently builds the Ikon in India, where it has been met with great success, as well as in the ...
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