DETROIT, Jan 15 (Reuters) - Auto suppliers are adding to their production capacity in 2013, allowing companies like Ford Motor Co to better meet demand for cars and trucks, Ford Chief Executive Alan Mulally said. Last year, the second-largest U.S. automaker lost market share in the U.S. automotive market, partly due to Ford's constrained production capacity. Mulally said the company was also affected by similar shortfalls among auto suppliers, who cut capacity sharply during ...
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