LONDON — A new European-operations restructuring plan at Ford Motor Co. will help the automaker better compete in Europe's growing diesel engine segment. In addition, Ford plans to engage in a joint venture for all of its European manual-transmission production. The company announces earlier this month that although it will halt car production (Ford Fiesta) at its Dagenham, U.K., plant, the facility would become its global center for diesel engines. Dagenham, Ford's only diesel engine ...

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