NEW CASTLE, U.K. – Ford Motor Co. is backtracking on an earlier commitment to install digital radios in all cars sold in the U.K. by 2004. Digital radio broadcasting consortium MXR announced the inclusion of Ford U.K. as one of its founding shareholders in October 2000. At the time, Ian McAllister, Ford U.K. chairman and managing director, said the move could "provide Ford customers with greater accessibility to a wealth of entertainment and information (while) in their ...
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