Ford sees more consumer interest after Toyota recall


DETROIT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally said on Thursday that he expected more consumers to consider the automaker's brands as a result of Toyota Motor Corp's massive safety recall in the U.S. market. "I'm sure there will be even more interest in Ford," Mulally said on a conference call, when asked if he anticipated market share gains in the wake of Toyota's recent troubles. Toyota , which ranks No. 2 in U.S. auto sales behind General Motors Co ...

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