DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. is in no rush to join rivals General Motors Corp. and Volkswagen AG in a bid to launch automotive financing in China, top executives say. Late last year, GM and VW both applied to the Chinese government for permission to set up auto-financing operations. But Ford President and Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele says that while there may be interest in bringing Ford Motor Credit to China, the auto maker isn’t feeling the pressure to make a move quickly. He says ...
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