Ford Cancels Plant in Mexico - Keeps 700 Jobs in the United States Mike Vance January 3, 2017 News On Tuesday the President and CEO of Ford Mark Fields announced that Ford cancels plant in Mexico. This move keeps 700 jobs in the United States. This was an electric car plant in Mexico. Ford Cancels Electric Car Plant in Mexico https://thinkamericana.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Ford-CEO_-U.S.-plant-expansion-is-vote-of-confidenc...-YouTube-360p.webm During a key exchange in the interview, per Daily Caller: “President-elect Trump has attacked Ford many, many times in his rallies and on Twitter,” Harlow said. “Are you canceling plans to build this huge plant in Mexico because of the President-elect?" “Well, when we make decisions like this as a company, we look at — first we do what’s right for our business,” Fields responded. “This makes sense for our business, and we look at all factors, including what we view as a more positive U.S. business-manufacturing environment under President-elect Trump.” “It’s literally a vote of confidence around some of the pro-growth policies he’s been outlining, and that’s why we’ve made the decision to invest here in the U.S. and in Michigan.” “This is really around making sure that as we make these decisions that it is first right for our business.” Donald Trump's policies continue to keep jobs in the United States. So far he is doing a fine job in delivering on his promise.