Ford says Kwik-Fit sale still on track


DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co., which is shedding non-core assets as part of a back-to-basics turnaround plan, expects to announce the sale of British car repair chain Kwik-Fit by the end of this year, a company spokesman said on Monday. "We're pegging it at sometime this year," spokesman Nick Sharkey said of the sale. "We're still looking at bids that we've received and we haven't made any decisions, but stay tuned in the future." A weekend report in Britain's The ...

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