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Ford Motor Co. declared a $1.2 billion investment in Michigan

as mentioned in The “consistent” announcement Hinrichs is referring to is an $850 million plant investment approved with UAW in 2015.
Hinrichs confirmed that both vehicles will be built at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne.
At the North American Auto Show a week removed from the big news, Ford announced the return of the Ranger in 2018, and Bronco in 2020.
The confirmation of these announcements comes on the heels of Ford’s January investment of $700 million into the Flat Rock Assembly plant.
Before Ford Motor Co. announced a $1.2 billion investment in Michigan Tuesday, March 28, President Donald Trump seemed to take some credit for the creation of “JOBS!

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Ford announces US$1.2B investment in 3 Michigan plants

“They could benefit … it’s got the potential of helping,” Dennis Desrosiers, of DesRosiers Automotive Consultants, said of the Ford spending.
Ford made sure the White House got an early-morning heads-up, with President Donald Trump quickly taking to twitter ahead of the company’s actual announcement: “Big announcement by Ford today.
Major investment to be made in three Michigan plants.                                                                           President Donald Trump seemed to take some credit for the creation of “JOBS!
Windsor’s auto parts and its tool, die and mould sectors stand to profit from Ford Motor Company’s announcement Tuesday that it’s pouring US$1.2 billion into three of its Michigan facilities. Ford announced the return of the Ranger in 2018, and Bronco in 2020.
And in the bigger picture, the previously unannounced portion of US$350 million in new investments is a small piece of the annual total spent in the automotive sector, he said.
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The confirmation of these announcements comes on the heels of Ford’s January investment of $700 million into the Flat Rock Assembly plant.
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