NEW ORLEANS, Nov 21 (Reuters) - A top Ford Motor Co. official said on Thursday the world's second-largest automaker had been advised not to be overly concerned about the impact on oil prices and supply from the escalating conflict in the Middle East. Ford Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer Allan Gilmour said the advice came in a briefing Ford's top executives received on Wednesday from Boston-based Cambridge Energy Research Associates. "They are really first class people on oil ...
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