Ford could invest $1 billion in Michigan, and Gov. Granholm's administration is working to sweeten the deal.
The state economic development corporation id offering $151 million of tax breaks over 20 years to entice Ford.
According to a University of Michigan study, if the company invests here, it would save more than 13,000 jobs at Ford and 42,000 related jobs.
The same study estimates the project would create $62 billion in personal income for Michigan over the 20 years that Ford would get the tax credit.