Ford (NYSE:F) is in the midst of a massive expansion in Asia, spending almost $5 billion on a bunch of new facilities, mostly in China. Now, analysts are predicting a big rise in auto sales in China in the coming years. Will Ford be in position to take advantage?
In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at the latest predictions for China's already-massive auto market, and at the efforts Ford -- and two of its key rivals -- are making right now to take advantage of the coming wave of growth.
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