RICHMOND, IN – Ford Motor Co. says July is shaping up to be another tough month in the U.S. as a result of the overall weak market and shift in demand away from large pickups and SUVs and towards smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles. “July is continuing the trend we’ve seen in terms of the market being slower than last year, and we’re continuing to see the segment shifts,” says Mark Fields, president-The Americas. “The month isn’t over until the last day, but clearly we’re continuing to ...

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