WASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. wants federal tax credits and other incentives to help drive development of more fuel-efficient vehicles, its chairman and chief executive said on Tuesday. Bill Ford, who planned to meet with White House officials later in the day on his ideas to lessen consumer dependence on foreign oil, also said he would not accelerate the time frame for announcing the company's domestic cuts even though rival General Motors has unveiled its cost-savings ...
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