Ford's US sales fell 12 per cent in October

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DETROIT - Ford Motor Co. says its U.S. sales fell 12 per cent in October, hampered by a slowing market and a safety recall. Most automakers reported sales Monday, but Ford's results were delayed by a day because of an electrical fire at its Dearborn, Michigan headquarters. Ford sold 188,813...
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