DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co.’s Way Forward plan is progressing as expected, and the auto maker is on track to return to profitability in North America by 2008, Mark Fields, president-The Americas, says. Five months into the restructuring scheme, Fields says he is “happy where we are right now,” but cautions, “in some areas we’re ahead, in other areas a little bit behind.” Fields makes his remarks at a media preview here of Ford’s ’07 models. He says there are a number of metrics ...
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