Ford Motor Co. this month launches an additional line at its Bridgend Engine Plant in Wales and adds 500 jobs, for a total of 2,000 workers. The expansion is part of a $425 million investment, designed to result in 1 million units of engine capacity annually by 2010. The new line on May 5 began producing 4.4L V-8 gasolilne engines for the next-generation Land Rover Discovery. The engine will show up in other Ford luxury vehicles built in Europe, as well. The auto maker also builds 3.5L ...

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