Ford sees more gains in U.S. market share in March


By David Bailey DETROIT, March 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co expects to take a larger share of the U.S. market in March, as it continues to attract non-Ford owners to its brands, Ford's U.S. sales chief said on Thursday. The U.S. auto industry overall is expected to have a stronger month in March than many expected at the end of February, but Ford's results should outpace the industry, Ken Czubay said in an interview. "We are having a pretty good month in March and we are finding the ...

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