Ford of Europe’s Belgium investment cancellation should shake out before second-quarter 2004 with the announcement of production plans for four new products, Ward's learns. Having reversed a decision to spend €900 million ($1.05 billion) on flexible manufacturing capability at its 39-year-old Genk assembly plant, Ford is expected to announce before year’s end where it will build the next-generation Mondeo, a spokesman says. And before the end of first-quarter 2004, he adds, the auto ...

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