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Old 07-01-2009, 03:16 PM
 
Location: Lafayette, CA
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Ford will receive the $5.9 billion in loans through 2011 to help finance numerous engineering advances to traditional internal combustion engines and electrified vehicles. In addition, theses loans will help the company convert two truck plants to the production of cars.
According to Ford, the facilities that will be impacted include: Chicago Assembly, Louisville Assembly, Dearborn Assembly, Dearborn Engine, Livonia Transmission, Michigan Assembly, Van Dyke Transmission, Kansas City Assembly, Cleveland Engine, Lima Engine, and Sharonville Transmission.
http://www.econpost.com/energy/advanced-technology-auto-loans-awarded-ford-nissan-and-tesla
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