Ford Motor Company is moving more work from the United States to Mexico.

FOX's Chris Foster reports:

Ford's moving all small car production to Mexico within two to three years, according to CEO Mark Fields, during an event for analysts and investors.

The Fiesta subcompact is already made in Mexico. Now the Ford Focus and C-Max will now be made there too, at a new facility being built, instead of at the company's Michigan assembly plant.

It will be getting different products, likely larger vehicles like the Ford Ranger pickup, under a contact signed last year with the United Auto Workers Union.

Chris Foster, FOX News.