BEIJING, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor is adding 100 dealers in China this year, mostly in smaller cities in inland provinces, its Asia chief said. The move, more aggressive than a previously announced scheme, will bring the number of Ford dealers in China to 340 by the end of the year, up from the original target of 310, Joe Hinrichs, president of Ford's Asia and Africa operations, told Reuters in a telephone interview. Hinrichs, also chairman and CEO for Ford's China operations, ...
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