Ford Motor Co. is tacking on more than 34,000 units to its 2004 European production plan due to rising demand. Ford’s Western European sales are up 5% through April, and the auto maker now expects to outpace its 2003 European output of 1.5 million units in 2004. The largest part of the increase comes from 11,200 additional Ford Focus and Focus C-MAX vehicles put into the schedule at its Saarlouis, Germany, plant. Ford also will build 7,500 additional Fiesta and Fusion vehicles in ...
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