USA: Possible new Ford Georgia plant could replace Atlanta Assembly - paper
Adding to an Associated Press report mentioned on just-auto on Thursday, the Detroit News, citing company sources, said on Friday that Ford is studying the possibility of building a new $US1 billion factory in Georgia to assemble its next-generation family of mid-size cars and replace the current Atlanta assembly plant, which produces the Taurus and Mercury Sable sedans.
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