DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co.’s European chief says the company remains on track to meet the objectives of its recovery plan, pending no further fallout in the global economy, published reports say. “We are fairly confident,” David Thursfield told reporters during a conference call. “We have no illusions about where we have to go… I have no reason to be singing from the rooftops.” Ford has committed to moving its European operations from a loss of $1 billion in 2000 to a break-even position ...
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