NEW ORLEANS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. hopes to eke out a gain in its U.S. sales this year by offering more loans to young car buyers, a senior company official said on Sunday. Steve Lyons, head of the automaker's core Ford Division, spoke of the change in policy toward young buyers -- and an easing of some previous restrictions on loans -- in remarks to reporters on the sidelines of the annual convention of the National Automobile Dealers Association. "Ford Credit is doing some ...
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