Ford Motor Co. will invest $50 million to upgrade its Russian assembly plant to ready for new Focus production, reports say. The U.S. auto maker plans to start building the redesigned vehicle in its Vsevolozhsk plant near St. Petersburg, with deliveries beginning next June, Ford of Russia President Henrik Nensen tells reporters at a press conference. (See related story: Ford to Build New Focus in Russia) New Ford Focus to be built in Russia. Ford set up the Russian production ...

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