DEARBORN — After failing to break an impasse with the local government, Ford Motor Co. announces it has canceled its original plans for a plant in Guaiba, Brazil. Last month, Olivio Dutra, the governor of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, revoked about US$260 million in incentives to Ford and General Motors Corp. saying the state does not have the money to fund the low-cost loans, tax breaks and infrastructure improvements granted by his predecessor. Ford initially responded by telling 20 ...

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