Ford may consider passenger car production in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews January 11, 2012
President of Ford Motor Company, Bill Ford, told Turkish media that the company considered producing passenger cars in Turkey, which was a base for Fords commercial vehicles and a growing market for the company. CEO of Ford Motor Company, Allan Mulally also said they were working on the issue of passenger car production but he could not comment on the investment plan at that stage. According to data from the automotive manufacturers association (ODD), Ford Otosan, Ford Motors Turkish unit, sold 133,277 vehicles (58,807 passenger cars plus 74,470 light commercial vehicles) in Turkey last year.
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