Ford to make Cargo trucks in Argentina BUENOS AIRES — Ford Motor Co. will begin building its Cargo 1722 heavy truck at its Pacheco plant here. The automaker is hoping to appeal to a wider range of customers looking to take advantage of government sponsored incentives. Ford will build six of the US$70,000 trucks each day at the plant, which also builds the Escort and Ranger pickup truck. The truck is currently built at the Ipiranga Truck plant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and imported into ...

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