By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - Hertz Corp., the world's largest car rental company, is expanding beyond U.S. airports and adding outlets in cities and suburbs across the country, to tap more weekend travelers, business clients and consumers with cars in repair shops. Park Ridge, New Jersey-based Hertz, a unit of Ford Motor Co. , plans to grow from a current total of 1,100 non-airport sites to 1,300 by the end of this year. It has already opened 130 since January, in a bid ...
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