Africa not as compelling as Asia-Pacific - Ford CFO


* Ford CFO sees better opportunities in Asia, not Africa * Says per capita GDP still quite stressed PRETORIA, June 28 (Reuters) - Africa may be growing quickly, but it still offers less opportunities than more robust emerging markets such as China and India, the CFO of U.S. car maker Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday. With an an average economic growth rate of 4 percent, Africa is seen as an increasingly attractive investment target for major multi-nationals. U.S. retailer Wal-Mart ...

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