Ford to invest $900 million in Thailand plants By Reuters
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(Reuters) – Ford Motor (NYSE:) Co said on Wednesday it would invest $900 million to modernise its factories in Thailand that support production of its Ranger pickup and Everest SUV, in what will be the company’s largest-ever single investment in the country.
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