Americans buy millions of dollars of stuff made in China every day. So why not add the Ford Focus to the mix? To hear Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Co.’s president of global operations, talk about the plan to move the car’s production to a factory in Chongqing, it’s no big deal. “Consumers care a lot more about the quality and the value than they do about the sourcing location,” Hinrichs said. “iPhones are produced in China and people don’t really talk about it.” Maybe so, but the Apple product has been manufactured there from ...
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First Published: Thu, June 22 2017. 02:05 IST