Look for the "Made in China" stamp on more components used by Ford Motor Co. by mid-decade, says Nick Scheele, president and chief operating officer. This will be particularly true of forgings and wiring harnesses because, after advanced technology and high quality, the auto maker looks for "good shippers," he tells analysts. "Those are all in the good shipper category." How much business will Ford do with China? "I would anticipate that, particularly as we expand our manufacturing ...

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