DEARBORN, MI – Capacity-constrained Mazda Motor Corp. isn’t likely to benefit from Ford Motor Co.’s ramp-up of small-car capacity in the U.S., executives from both auto makers say. Mazda is seeking additional capacity for its hot-selling Mazda3 small car, which is based on the C1 platform that also underpins the European Focus, a car slated for production beginning in 2010 at Ford’s Michigan Truck plant in Wayne, MI. But adding Mazda3 production into the mix at Michigan Truck or Ford’s ...

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