BELGRADE – Ford Motor Co. resumes sales in Yugoslavia after an 11-year hiatus due to military conflicts in the region. Ford’s new car importer, Grand Motors, expects to sell 200 to 300 vehicles this year. Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s vehicles also are officially returning to the market here after a 10-year absence. Honda cars are imported by Centar S.
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