Ford goes head to head with Japanese cars in Myanmar


YANGON, April 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co opened the first Western car dealership in Myanmar on Tuesday, hoping its models can take market share from Japanese brands that dominate the country's potholed streets. The move helps Myanmar become further integrated with the global economy. Western car makers have been slower than Asian rivals to commit themselves to Myanmar, hobbled by strict sanctions that only recently have been suspended or lifted by the United States and ...


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