TROY, Michigan, U.S.A. — There's good news and bad. Some global economies are getting better, while others are growing worse. That is Ford Motor Co.'s general view of the world's economies for now and into the foreseeable future. Growth in the U.S. and Germany is relatively strong, while Asia, Russia and Brazil continue to fight their way out of crisis — with some regions enjoying more success than others. In the U.S., the outlook remains very bright, says Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, senior ...
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