LONDON — Mazda Motor Corp. will use Ford Motor Co.'s Valencia Vehicle Operations plant in Almussafes, Spain, as its source for a new European small car. The Japanese automaker will begin production in early 2003. Initial capacity will be about 40,000 vehicles annually but could expand to 100,000. The B-segment vehicle most likely will be based on Ford's new Fiesta, which will be unveiled later this year and also will be built at the plant. Mazda will use Ford engines and transmissions in ...

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