MUMBAI – Despite struggling for years to sell cars profitably in India, outgoing Ford CEO Alan Mulally believes the automaker’s India operation is positioned to become a global export hub. “Markets are changing so swiftly that we need flexibility in our production system,” Mulally says earlier this month during a visit with Nigel Harris, president-Ford India and product-development chief Raj Nair in Chennai. That flexibility is provided by Ford’s two recently ...

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