Ford Motor Co.’s Land Rover division confirms plans to assemble its vehicles under contract at a new plant in Jordan, slated to open in mid-2003. Jordan’s Shaheen Business and Investment Group is funding the $70 million project, while Land Rover reportedly is providing extensive managerial and technical support. Land Rover will ship completely knocked-down kits from its U.K. factory for assembly at the plant, to be located in Maan, south of Amman. The 7.5 million sq.-ft. (700,000 ...
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