The head of Ford Motor Co.'s Asia/Pacific operations says the automaker could begin building cars in Japan in a Mazda Motor Corp. factory “in the next several years.” While there are no hard-and-fast plans currently in place, such a move might help Ford better establish itself in Japan. “We (Ford) haven't done well in Japan,” says Henry D.G. Wallace, Ford group vice president - Asia Pacific Operations and Associations, who also doesn't rule out the possibility that Ford might increase its ...

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