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Ford CEO Mark Fields: Trump’s ‘Pro-Growth Policies’ Influenced Company’s Decision To Cancel Plans For $1.6 Billion Plant In Mexico

On Tuesday, Ford announced that it is going to cancel its plan to build a new $1.6 billion plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

Instead, they will invest $700 million to expand an existing plant in Flat Rock, Michigan. Multiple media outlets were quick to note that the decision had absolutely nothing to do with President-elect Trump’s pro-growth policies, but apparently it did.

Ford CEO Mark Fields spoke to FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto and explained the reasoning behind the company’s decision. It’s pretty straightforward. They’re confident in Trump’s pro-growth policies.

“We’re doing this decision based on what’s right for our business,” Fields said. “As we think about the investments here in Michigan, as you can imagine, Neil, we look at a lot of factors as we make those. One of the factors that we’re looking at is a more positive U.S. manufacturing business environment under President-elect Trump and some of the pro-growth policies he said he’s going to pursue. And so this is a vote of confidence.”

Trump is clearly pretty excited about this, as always he took to Twitter to show his support:

And to think this is all before he tries to take office.

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