By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, June 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. sees recent sales gains for crossover vehicles such as the Edge as evidence the strategy to protect the struggling automaker's market share is working, an executive said. Ford posted a 67 percent rise in sales of its line-up of car-based, crossover utility vehicles in May and was on track for a gain "just as eye-popping" this month, George Pipas, Ford's chief sales analyst, said in an interview with Reuters. And the monthly ...
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