SAO PAULO — Ford Motor Co. plans to transfer truck production to Sao Bernardo from Ipiranga in the first half of next year. Both cities are in the state of Sao Paulo. The automaker earlier said it was looking at moving the plant to Sao Bernardo, where Ford currently has a plant. Ipiranga is highly populated and the plant, which was built in 1953, is Ford's oldest in Brazil. The move was suggested to improve productivity and competitiveness, Ford officials say, noting the plant builds about ...

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