Magna International Inc. has studied three areas of North America in its search for a site to accommodate a vehicle assembly plant, says the supplier’s co-CEO. “We made a study in Mexico, the southern part of the U.S. and even in Canada,” Siegfried Wolf tells Ward’s in an exclusive interview. Magna is expected, within a year, to decide how and when to proceed with its North American assembly plans. The site scouting doesn’t mean Magna’s plans are limited to those regions, or that other ...

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