Ford Motor Co. reportedly officially has opened its new assembly plant in the Russian region of Leningrad for the production of the Focus model. The plant, a $150 million investment, will assemble some 25,000 units annually, with possible output of 100,000 units a year. A spokesman for Ford Russia tells Reuters another model may be added to the plant in the future. (see related story: Ford May Build Multiple Brands in Russia) The vehicles are expected to sell for between $10,900 to ...
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