Partners Ford Motor Co., Mazda Motor Corp. and Chang’an Motor Corp. officially open their new 160,000-unit-capacity car plant in Nanjing, China. The facility, the second JV plant for the trio, will begin assembling the Mazda2 in October and add production of a small Ford car into the mix next year, the China Daily reports. Chang’an, China’s fourth largest automotive group, owns 50% of the JV, known as Chang’an Ford Mazda Automobile Corp. Ford controls 25% and Mazda holds 15%. Annual ...

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