PARIS – Ford’s ambitious growth goals for 2015 will require no additional capacity in Europe beyond the three new plants already in process. And if growth is as expected, indicates a spokesman, the new capacity in Russia and Romania is not likely to reduce existing capacity in Western Europe. Ford CEO Alan Mulally this week presented plans for growing global volume 50% between now and 2015 in a market that will grow 30%. He says Ford plans to sell 8 million vehicles in 2015, 2.9 million ...
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