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Ford plans to double Mexico vehicle production, report says

Ford plans to double vehicle production capacity in Mexico as the automaker focuses its U.S. assembly plants on more profitable pickups and utility vehicles, according to a report published Sunday.  » READ

VW quality chief quits amid diesel scandal fallout

Volkswagen named company veteran Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler as head of group quality assurance, replacing Frank Tuch, who held the job for six years and, according to sources, was suspended amid the automaker's emissions scandal.  » READ

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