Navistar International Corp. and Ford Motor Co. come to an agreement regarding the cancellation of a V-6 diesel engine program. The cancellation of the contract by Ford angered Navistar, which had invested heavily in the program and already built a new plant in Huntsville, AL, for production of the engines (see related story: Ford, International Downplay Tussle Over Plant, Scuttled V-6). No financial terms of the settlement were disclosed, but in an 8-K regulatory filing Navistar says ...
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