The Philippines Board of Investments reportedly is talking with another leading U.S. auto maker about building an assembly plant in the country and exporting vehicles to other Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations members. The board is refusing to reveal the identity of the car firm, claiming talks are at a "sensitive stage," reports say. Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler AG all operate in the country, but only Ford has its own assembly operations. GM and DC import ...

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