As Europe struggles, companies focus on cost cuts


By Tom Bergin DAGENHAM, England, July 28 (Reuters) - Glistening chains on the turnstyles at Ford Motor Co.'s plant in east London illustrate how, even when companies unveil positive news about their European operations, it may not mean things are picking up in the economy. Ford told investors this week that its European operation was performing better than expected and that its turnaround on this side of the Atlantic was on track. But this ...


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