DETROIT, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. will slip to become the No. 3 automaker in the United States next year as Japanese rival Toyota Motor Corp. powers ahead in the industry's largest market, according to a sales forecast released on Thursday. Edmunds.com, which provides information on the U.S. auto market, said Toyota will overtake Ford by mid-2007 in sales volume. Toyota now often outpaces DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group and for two months this year sold more vehicles than ...
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