The state of Georgia has delivered to Ford Motor Co. a package of economic incentives in hopes of keeping the auto maker’s plant outside Atlanta operational, according to an official close to the deal. The plant in Hapeville, GA, is among those named in a The Wall Street Journal story today (Dec. 2) reporting that Ford will shutter five North American plants as part of its yet-to-be announced company overhaul. (See related story: Report: Ford to Shutter Five Plants) The report, citing ...

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