Ford remains confident in Venezuelan future CARACAS — Ford Motor Co.'s Venezuelan unit says it is confident about future business here, despite the fact that the country is investigating Ford for alleged safety flaws in its Explorer sport/utility vehicle. A congressional commission and the public prosecutor's office are investigating Ford after a consumer watchdog group said that a weak suspension has caused 37 deaths through some 50 rollover accidents involving the Explorer. Ford blames ...

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