Ford Motor Co. and PACCAR Inc. answered moves made last year by their competitors, agreeing to significant deals last week with Navistar International Corp. and Cummins Inc., respectively. Ford and Navistar, maker of International trucks, are forming a joint venture that initially will design and build medium-duty trucks and eventually will explore greater cooperation in diesel engine development and smaller commercial vehicles. PACCAR, meanwhile, taps Cummins as the exclusive engine ...

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