Ford Motor Co. says the long-term viability of the Philippines' motor vehicle export development program depends on the government granting export incentives to the local automotive industry. Ford Philippines President Henry Co tells the local media the Philippines now has the "smallest market, weakest supply base and high infrastructure cost." If the Philippines would like to become a major player in the Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations motor vehicle export market, he says, local ...

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