Despite recent headlines that Ford Motor Co. is threatening to scrap plans to build a new $1 billion assembly plant in Thailand, Ward’s learns the U.S. auto maker still is in negotiations to produce B-cars in the country. Ford, the No.5 auto maker in Thailand by sales, currently is in talks with members of the Thai government about the possible investment, a Ford spokeswoman confirms. “We have had good and frank discussions with the Thai government, as no doubt are other companies at ...

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