Conservative businessman Donald Trump just won an historic victory in the New Hampshire primary. His bold agenda is winning over millions of American voters, and one of his key arguments is to stop companies from shipping jobs overseas.
President Obama and liberals have attacked Trump for these comments, but he won’t back down! Now, a new bombshell report shows Ford Motor Company will build a new factory in Mexico, producing a half-million MORE cars than they already do in that country.
Trump is right!
Ford Motor Co. will build a new assembly plant in Mexico and sharply increase factory output from that country, representing the latest shift of investment abroad by a Detroit auto maker following the signing of a costly new labor deal.
The No. 2 light-vehicle seller in the U.S. plans to add 500,000 units of annual Mexican capacity starting in 2018, more than double what it built in 2015, according to people briefed on the plan. The plan mirrors General Motors Co.’s $5 billion investment to double Mexican capacity by 2018.
Sadly, Mexico already produces 433,000 Ford cars per year, which is 14% of their total production.
The Wall Street Journal notes they are making this major move because of the low wages and the free-trade deals Mexico has signed onto. This means other car manufacturers such as GM, Honda, and Toyota will follow Ford’s lead and expand their operations outside of America.
Trump supports making good, smart deals with foreign countries that aren’t so one-sided. Conducting business in America is too expensive for many companies, which is why it takes a real leader in the White House to help attract more business growth in this country.