Lincoln Makes its Debut in CES Asia
Lincoln | May-25-2015 12:30 AM ET
SHANGHAI, China — Lincoln, an iconic luxury automotive brand with a heritage linked to presidents, royalty and movie stars, today makes its Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Asia debut. From an array of innovative...
I can't find a specific page for Asian Mfgs - maybe it will be added by Monday?
the mainpage (generic url) is now showing a BUNCH of micro articles with today's date...
(more can be added when it shows up)
ASIA: Honda Infiniti Nissan
AutoNews - Updated: 07/25/14
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Ford's tilt toward China, Asia begins to pay off
On Oct. 7, 1913, Henry Ford's assembly line moved for the first time. A century later, among the changes in Ford Motor Co.'s production, none is more dramatic than simply where it takes place.
Ford vehicles assembled in China and...
Ford Asia chief says small cars on way to China, India
By Bernie Woodall
June 16, 2011
DETROIT (Reuters) - The head of Ford Motor Co (NYSE:F - News) operations in Asia said on Thursday that the company will meet its ambitious goals for growth in China and India by greatly expanding its...
Ford Posts Record September and Year-To-Date Sales in Asia Pacific and Africa Region
Ford's Asia Pacific and Africa region posted record sales in September of 78,700 units, a 27 percent increase, and sales of 651,856 so far this year, an increase of 40 percent
In China and India, Ford sold...
MUMBAI, India- Ford is furthering its push into Asia, announcing plans for eight new vehicle models in India and a $350-million investment with partner Mazda in their pickup truck plant in Thailand.
Ford Asia's Next Target: Japan!
TOKYO — Ford hopes its investments in Asia will dramatically boost sales in Japan — a market so dominated by local makers like Toyota and Honda that the U.S. automaker has long struggled to maintain a toehold.
Tim Tucker, chief executive of Ford Motor Co.'s...
GM says 2007 Asia vehicle sales up 15%
Automotive News | January 11, 2008 - 3:05 am EST
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -- General Motors said today its vehicle sales in Asia Pacific grew 15.1 percent in 2007, helped largely by strong demand in mainland China.
GM sold a record 1.44 million vehicles...