Ford retires debt in Brazil SAO PAULO — Ford Motor Co. plans to retire some of its Brazilian debt by buying back US$300 million in notes held by outside banks and investors. The automaker will hold a meeting this month with the note holders to consider the proposal. Once accepted, the notes will be purchased by Ford affiliates. It is expected the move will help Ford's South American restructuring, says a company spokesman. The move help the Ford clean up its balance sheet before ...

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