Ford Motor Co. appoints F-Autocentar SA as its new importer in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, ending a 12-year absence there. The company also will import Volvos. Ford importer in Bosnia-Herzegovina also will sell Volvos. F-Autocentar, a British-owned distributor, is the first authorized Ford importer in Bosnia-Herzegovina since the country became independent. Import of Ford vehicles ceased with the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991, and there have been no official Ford sales in ...

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