Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. denies media speculation it is reviewing production of the Falcon sedan and Territory cross/utility vehicle. The speculation arose after Ford Australia President Tom Gorman said in a news conference the decision to build the Focus small car in Australia from 2011 gives the auto maker the opportunity to walk away from less-profitable segments. “I can guarantee you that neither (the) Falcon nor Territory is under any threat,” a Ford Australia spokesman ...

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