LONDON – Passenger-car diesel engines to be built jointly by Ford of Europe Inc. and French auto maker PSA Peugeot Citroen in the U.K. from 2007 will require such precise engineering that the assembly line may appear more like a hospital operating theater than an automobile factory. The U.K. government is prepared to help fund the training required to allow the necessary technological advances in productivity to be successful. (See related story: Ford, PSA Expand Diesel Production) "With ...

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