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Is Ford's announcement to cancel building a plant in Mexico due to Donald Trump's victory?

  • Yes, the announcement is due to Trump

    Yes, the announcement that Ford has cancelled building a plant in Mexico is due to Donald Trump, for it is good PR for them. But I do not think that the Trump presidency has altered any long-term plans for the Ford company. For the company is based on profit and loss and Trumps election will not ultimately effect their bottom line.

  • Yes, Ford's announcement to cancel the Mexico plant is due to Donald Trump's victory, according to Ford CEO Mark Fields.

    Donald Trump's impending presidency influenced Ford to cancel its plans to build a new plant in Mexico due, in part, to the expected upswing in the US business environment over the next four years. President-elect Trump's pro-growth policies helped Ford decide to forego the $1.7 billion Mexican plant in favor of putting $7 million into an expansion in Michigan instead.

  • Yes, due to Donald Trump's victory Ford cancelled the building a plant in Mexico.

    Yes, due to Donald Trump's victory Ford cancelled the building a plant in Mexico.As we know that Donald Trump call for the U.S companies go back to America to build plants. And with the development of the developing countries, such as China ,India ,the labor costs increase sharply, so they consider to build plants on the mainland, it will low the cost.Ford as a America company, it cancelled the plan.It is a better choice for him.

  • Ford Says So

    According to Chief Executive Mark Fields, "One of the factors we’re looking at is the more positive U.S. business environment that we foresee under President-elect Trump and the pro-growth policies that he’s been outlining,”
    There is no reason for Ford to lie about this, because the incentive to lie would be on the opposing side of the argument.

  • Ford Says So

    According to Chief Executive Mark Fields, "One of the factors we’re looking at is the more positive U.S. business environment that we foresee under President-elect Trump and the pro-growth policies that he’s been outlining,”
    There is no reason for Ford to lie about this, because the incentive to lie would be on the opposing side of the argument.


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