DEARBORN, MI – Ford says inventory shortages that have plagued the Focus no longer are an issue, and the auto maker expects a strong showing by the C-car when November sales figures are released Dec. 1. The Focus had a 79-days’ supply at the end of October, according to WardsAuto data. The auto maker has argued inventory problems, some stemming from supplier issues, were overblown. Yet the new Focus, launched earlier this year, has not performed as many expected. Through October, Focus ...

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