Ford Motor Co., in a recent filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, says it expects a full-year pre-tax loss in 2008, although it will be “better than our 2007 results.” Also in the filing, Ford revises its full-year net loss for 2007 to $2.72 billion, a change from the $2.67 billion loss it reported in January. Ford additionally warns of potential losses at Ford Motor Credit Co., its captive finance arm. Lower-than-expected proceeds from returned lease vehicles, ...

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