Ford Motor Co. light-vehicle deliveries rose 12.3% in October from year-ago based on daily selling rates (25 days this year, 26 year-ago), largely due to a 26.9% jump in passenger-car demand. The strong October performance was dampened by the fact year-to-date sales remain down 7.7%. However, the solid monthly results still were welcome news for the auto maker, which has been plagued with declining demand and market share for much of the year. Most of the car sales increase once again ...

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