DETROIT – Ford Motor Co.’s U.S. vehicle sales fell by 16.6% to 261,705 units in November, but the auto maker isn’t ready to predict an overall slowdown for the U.S. vehicle market. The world’s second-largest auto maker says it expects to see December sales remain relatively healthy, even as many prognosticators expect the industry to experience a lengthy slowdown in the next several months. “I would be willing to bet…December sales will be higher than November,” says George Pipas, ...

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