Ford will no doubt use some of the profits generated by this plant to lobby Congress to make sure no laws get passed to prevent them from doing what they’re doing: manufacturing in areas that care little for paying workers just wages and creating a safe work enviromnent; they are escaping the “onerous regulations” that apologists for this sort of thing keep complaining about.
Greed and the desire to maximize profit can only take you so far. Sooner or later, wealth gets so concentrated that no one will be able to afford the products you produce, no matter how cheaply they are made.
If I were Ford, I’d be opening plants right here in the US and paying my workers at least double what they’re making now. They make the mistake of considering wages as a cost, whereas they should be counted as an asset. Without the worker and his wage, the product won’t get made and the economy doesn’t grow. Labor and capital need each other to produce wealth.