LOS ANGELES, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. expects U.S. auto sales in 2007 to be "softer than this year," the chief of U.S. sales and marketing for the No. 2 U.S. car maker said on Wednesday. Cisco Codina, Ford's vice president for sales and marketing in North America, told reporters that he expected total industrywide sales incentive spending to be flat in 2007 compared with this year and forecast Ford would protect its market-leading position in pickup trucks. "We are not going to ...
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