Ford Motor Co.’s recently announced restructuring plans in North America aren’t expected to curb investment at Volvo Car, where a new product offensive is on the horizon and nearly $600 million is earmarked for tooling at assembly and component plants. "The only thing (Ford asks) us to do is deliver. So far we are," Volvo Car Chief Executive Hans-Olov Olsson says. "And with our ambition to develop Volvo into a premium brand, we cannot compromise in product development. Ford understands ...
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