PARIS, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is considering selling its Ford Motor Credit unit as part of a restructuring, newspapers reported on Monday. The Detroit News reported on its Web site that Ford was considering selling a significant stake in Ford Credit and that this had played a role in the decision by Robert Rubin to step down as a supervisory board member. The paper cited sources familiar with the discussions. The International Herald Tribune, citing a Bloomberg News report, ...
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