Ford has other options if buyouts come up short-CEO


DETROIT, March 19 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co has other options to cut costs if a just-completed round of buyouts for its U.S. blue-collar work force comes up short of its targets, the automaker's chief executive said on Wednesday. "We have a lot of other options to keep right-sizing the place," Ford Chief Executive Alan Mulally said in a presentation to analysts in New York that was monitored by Webcast. Ford's more than 50,000 U.S. factory workers represented by the United Auto Workers ...

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