Ford Motor Co.’s decision to invest $3 billion in Mexico to build the Fiesta B-car, diesel engines and transmissions is based on the auto maker’s existing infrastructure, quality of the workforce and logistics, a top company executive says. “We’ve always been an important part of Ford for North America,” Ford of Mexico President and CEO Louise Goeser says n an interview with Ward’s. “We’ve had three plants here for many years, and we decided to invest in two of those and a new ...

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