Ford leaves open the prospect it could shut down its Australian manufacturing earlier than 2016. President and CEO Bob Graziano tells reporters in Melbourne the automaker still aims to keep building until October 2016, but Ford will “continue to match production to demand.” The Australian Associated Press quotes him as saying, “If you are looking for a guarantee, there are no guarantees. It is our intent to work to that date.” Graziano says it is a tough marketplace ...

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