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Ford Motor will bring back the Bronco and a new version of the Ford Ranger to its line-up. Both models will be made in Wayne, which means additional jobs in the area. At the same time, Fiat Chrysler plans to invest more than $1 billion to boost U.S. production.

The news comes a few days before the Detroit Auto Show opens to the public and 10 days before the new president takes office, and such plans to invest in U.S. production could boost America’s struggling economy.

We hope more companies will invest in the U.S. and provide much needed jobs as long as the market can absorbed the new production. Otherwise, we are setting the economy for a quick fall.

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