Ford Otosan says 2007 sales $6.2 bln


ISTANBUL, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Turkish commercial vehicle maker Ford Otosan's sales stood at $6.2 billion last year, the company's general manager Michael Flewitt said on Thursday. He also said in a statement released ahead of a news conference that unit sales in 2007 stood at 325,117 units. He did not provide comparative figures but in March the company said net sales in 2006 were 6.5 billion lira ($5.4 billion. Otosan is a joint venture between local conglomerate Koc Holding and Ford ...

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