Ford has had great success in North America recently -- so much success, in fact, that its factories are straining to keep up. That has led the company to consider some radical moves, including one that might surprise Americans: importing the next Fiesta from Asia.
In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at what's likely to be behind Ford's thinking -- and why a Fiesta made in Thailand might actually be a good thing for the company and its customers.
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