Ford Motor Co. hopes to shake Thailand's economic crisis and slumping vehicle sales by exporting its Rayong-made Ranger pickup truck to Europe. The Ranger will go on sale this summer in most European countries, with the U.K., Germany, Greece and Portugal expected to be the largest markets. Total European small pickup market sales reach 53,000 units per year and Ford hopes to fall in somewhere behind segment leaders Mitsubishi Motors Corp., with a 40% market share, and Toyota Motor Corp.'s ...
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