By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is considering exporting more North American-built vehicles to South America to meet growing demand, Dominic DiMarco, president of Ford's South American division, said on Tuesday. "We are looking at different options," DiMarco said in an interview, adding that Ford has not made a decision yet. DiMarco said South America's auto market was growing fast, especially in Brazil and Argentina, but the automaker's future market share ...
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