Ford's not seeing GM-level success in China yet, but its joint venture, Chang'an Ford Mazda, is among the top ten selling automakers in China. The popularity of the Focus and S-Max have bolstered sales by 60 percent since last year, and the new money will be used to facilitate more production. Chang'an Ford Mazda is a three-way split between Ford Motor China, who will throw $20.3 million into the pot, Chang'an Auto, contributing $29 million, and Mazda, which is kicking in $8.7 million. The idea
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