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  1. Tesla/Toyota Partnership Fizzles - CarScoops, Bloomberg

    "Other" American Automakers Discussion
    Tense Toyota-Tesla Relationship Causes Partnership To Fizzle - Carscoops By Zac Estrada, today ...Tesla announced in May it would stop delivering battery packs for the RAV4 this year. The Bloomberg piece points more to a culture clash that kept the two companies at distance, Tesla being a...
  2. Ford Takes JMC Partnership to the Next Level

    Global JMC & Troller News
    Ford Takes JMC Partnership to the Next Level—Doubles Capacity and Introduces New Products and Technology Ford Media Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford, opens JMC’s Xiaolan Plant 7 Millionth Ford Transit Produced Globally New plant has annual capacity of 300,000 units, more than doubling...
  3. PSA, Ford to announce strengthened partnership

    Ford Corporate News
    PSA, Ford to announce strengthened partnership Reuters Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:53am EDT Newspaper says two groups to invest 300 mln euros PSA spokesman says announcement to be made Wednesday PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen (PEUP.PA) and U.S. counterpart Ford (F.N)...
  4. Ford, Mazda to continue partnership despite separation

    Mazda Discussion
    Ford might have sold off the majority of its investment in Mazda, but executives from the two automakers say that the companies plan to continue working together on developing advanced technologies, if not directly sharing platforms.Until recently, Ford owned a controlling share in Mazda and the...
  5. Statement On Ford's Green Partnership With The U.s. Department Of Energy

    Ford Corporate News
    STATEMENT ON FORD'S GREEN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY DEARBORN, Mich., June 23, 2009 – “Ford Motor Company is proud to be among the first automakers deemed by the government to be among the best companies with the best technologies in American manufacturing and fuel...
  6. Mazda reaffirms partnership with Ford

    Mazda Discussion
    Mazda Motor Corp. reaffirmed its partnership with ailing Ford Motor Co. today in announcing a target for global sales of 1.6 million vehicles per year by fiscal 2010. Mazda sold about 1.1 million vehicles worldwide in the fiscal year ended March 2006. The Hiroshima-based Japanese automaker said...