CANBERRA – Ford Motor Co. signals an export strategy for its Australian operations could involve providing engineering and product-design services to its Asian operations. Mark Schulz, Ford regional vice president, tells the Australian press the auto maker could leverage the strong Ford Australia skill base to improve its performance in major Asian markets, such as China. Tom Gorman Australia, he says, has proven to be a strong product-development center for Ford, but although Ford ...
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