DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. faces a first-quarter loss, but over the full year, on the strength of its “revitalization plan,” the auto maker will break even. So says Ford’s Chief Financial Officer Martin Inglis, who reveals the world’s No.2 auto maker in 2001 suffered its first annual loss – $5.45 billion – since 1992. While offering no hint of when the turnaround might occur, Inglis – also a group vice president – suggests Ford’s Premier Automotive Group (PAG) will figure prominently. ...
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