DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co. is banking on steady growth and sees no signs of a double-dip recession some economists fear, a top executive says. “We’re monitoring the economy,” Mark Fields, president-The Americas, tell Ward’s at a recent media event here. And the auto maker does not believe a second downturn is imminent “at this point.” Ford has been enjoying steady growth in the U.S., even as the country has been mired in an ongoing recession. The auto maker’s U.S. light-vehicle ...

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