DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co. will not mimic General Motors Corp.’s “Lock ’n’ Roll” sales incentive program launched this week, says Anne Stevens, Ford group vice-president-Canada, Mexico and South America. “We have no intention of following that kind of incentive,” Stevens says at an auto industry conference here. “(In) terms of incentives we look at profitability, so we don’t just look at incentives to ‘incentivize’ sales,” she says. GM announced a program Nov. 9 that allows customers to ...

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