DEARBORN — Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Jac Nasser says the automaker expects its newly purchased Land Rover brand to post a profit in its third year of operation and to be selling upwards of 200,000 units annually worldwide by then. The world's No. 2 automaker finalized its deal to purchase Land Rover from BMW AG for E3 billion (US$2.7 billion) on May 24. Under the deal, E2 billion (US1.8 billion) of the purchase price will be paid immediately; the remaining E1 billion (US$902 million) ...
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