Ford sees China's JV breaking selling record

Updated: 2010-12-20 14:38


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GUANGZHOU - Ford Motor expects its China car venture to sell a record 305,000 Ford brand vehicles this year, up 32 percent from a year earlier, Reuters reported Sunday, citing a senior company executive.

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Sales of Ford models made at its China car venture are expected to grow at least as fast as the market in 2011, said Richard Baker, deputy general manager of the venture's sales arm, ahead of the week-long Guangzhou auto show expected to open on Dec 21.


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