HANOI, April 1 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said its sales in Vietnam more than doubled in the first quarter but warned an economic slowdown could affect the country's car industry in the second half of the year. Ford, which competes against Toyota , GM Daewoo and Honda in Vietnam, sold more than 2,200 vehicles in the first three months, a record for the first quarter, Michael Pease, Ford Vietnam General Director, told a news conference. Precise first quarter numbers were not yet available. ...
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