Ford Motor Co. aims to double its online sales in Mexico in 2001 compared to 2000 when 1% of its vehicle sales were made via the Internet, says a top Ford Motor Co. executive. Kathleen Ligocki, president and chief executive of Ford Motor Co. Mexico de S.A. de C.V., also predicts Internet use will increase dramatically in the next few years from 14 million users currently. “While there are 9 million Mexicans with access (in 1999) and about 14 million (in 2000), many people have access ...
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