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Europe: Ford outpaces German growth


According to the chief of the German ford unit, who discussed with German business magazine WirtschaftsWoche, the US brand managed to lift sales last year in the country by 6 percent – climbing roughly twice as fast as the overall market. The second largest US automaker has been faced with ongoing losses for its Ford of Europe unit, aiming to return ...
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