B-Max production slated to begin in Romania in June.
VIENNA – Ford and the Romanian state agency AVAS sign an amendment to the share-purchase agreement reached earlier covering the Ford Romania car plant in Craiova. Ford finalized the takeover of the former Daewoo facility in March 2008. However, the auto maker failed to meet terms of the deal when it postponed launch of car and engine production due to the global economic crisis. As a result, the Romanian government wanted to reduce state support for the plant. The new amendment ...
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