DETROIT — Keith A. Davey, director of business strategy and China affairs for Ford's Asia Pacific operations, says the company has “a couple discussions under way” regarding the development of a passenger car for China. He expects Ford to be engaged in a 50-50 partnership within the next several years. “I believe it is absolutely critical to have a passenger car that hits the market in China,” he says. “The evolution to personal use from farm vehicles will come in the next few years.” A ...

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