UPDATE 1-Ford's new China plant may be too little too late

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(Recasts, adds analyst comments, background) By Ben Blanchard SHANGHAI, Feb 23 (Reuters) - U.S. auto giant Ford plans to build a second car plant in eastern China to serve the booming area around the country's commercial hub, the company said Monday, playing catch-up to arch-rival GM and others. Ford, which aims to invest more than $1 billion in the world's fastest growing major car market in coming years, signed an agreement on Saturday that secured it rights to use land in Nanjing, a ...

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