NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is expected to announce that it will produce a report on how measures to tackle global warming could affect its global business, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. A Ford official told the Journal the report will discuss how the company's business would be affected by various global-warming policy options that are under consideration, from tax incentives for buyers and makers of fuel-efficient vehicles to government mandates that ...
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