Ford sees 'headwinds,' cash burn view unchanged

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DETROIT, April 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is keeping its cash burn forecast unchanged through 2009 and expects to run into "significant headwinds" in the remainder of 2007, including a weaker U.S. housing market, the company's chief financial officer said on Thursday. Ford Chief Financial Officer Don Leclair also said in a conference call for analysts and investors that Ford's improved cash position in the first quarter was influenced by one-time effects related to the timing of ...

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