DEARBORN — Ford Motor Co. and Fiat SpA team up to study the possibility of jointly manufacturing powertrains for their respective future products for India. The automakers say they will evaluate the possibility of using Fiat's factory in Kurla, Mumbia, India, for joint engine production. They plan to examine exact plant location and other information, such as plant production capacity, employment and timing of future plant operations, Ford says in a statement. The study may be the ...
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