Ford Motor Co. is planning to replace its aging plant in the Philippines with a new facility to be built in Thailand. The Bangkok Post reports the auto maker’s future product lineup in Thailand may become more diversified with the proposed plant, to be located in the eastern province of Rayong. Ford’s Philippines’ operation builds the Focus and Mazda3, but the planned Thai factory is expected to become a regional hub for Ford's C-segment cars. “Scheduled to open in less than two ...

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