NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s flagship Ford division may eke out a small gain in U.S. sales in March even though high U.S. gasoline prices are hurting the sales of some of its profitable sport utility vehicles, a Ford executive said Wednesday. "March looks like a very solid month," Ford division president Steve Lyons said. "We are going to be close to being even or up." he added, referring to a year-over-year increase in monthly sales. Ford and its rival General Motors ...
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