BRENTWOOD, U.K. — Ford Motor Co. Ltd., Ford’s U.K. operating unit, says it lost £636 million (US$931 million) on an after-tax basis for the full 2000 fiscal year, far greater than 1999’s reported loss of £119 million (US$174 million). The results are worse than most industry analysts had expected as Ford moves to streamline its U.K. operations in light of sagging sales and lower profit margins. "The costs in the U.K. associated with the implementation of Ford’s European Transformation ...
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