Ford Motor Co. has no intention of leaving the Venezuelan market, despite a litany of issues that include drastic actions by Socialist President Hugo Chavez. Chavez earlier this month announced a dual exchange rate for the Venezuelan bolivar. The move devalues the currency to VB4.3-VB2.6:$1, with the better rate going for basic goods, such as food and medicine. The higher VB4.3:$1 rate applies to durable goods such as imported cars, according to Reuters, meaning foreign companies doing ...

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