Ford Motor Co. reveals plans for an engine manufacturing joint venture in China with Japanese partner Mazda Motor Corp. and China’s Changan Automotive Group. The plant, to be operated under the name Changan Ford Mazda Engine Co. Ltd., will be located in the eastern China city of Nanjing. Start-up is targeted for early 2007, and expected capacity is 350,000 engines annually. The facility will supply engines to vehicle assembly plants in China, including Ford’s joint-venture operations ...

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