Firefights between narcoterrorists and local and federal authorities in Mexico have forced auto makers to restrict travel to the country poised to become a key piece in the global auto industry puzzle. Ford Motor Co. and Nissan North America Inc. are among the companies affected by the spread of violence. Ford is limiting travel to Mexico for its workers, while Nissan has instructed its employees to take “cautionary measures” in certain strife-torn areas. A portent of inherent domestic ...
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