MADRAS, India — Ford Motor Co. expects its brand vehicle sales this year in the Asia/Pacific region to reach 350,000 units, Henry Wallace, Ford group vice president Asia/Pacific, says at a press conference here. Add to that number Ford-owned brands that include Mazda, Volvo and Jaguar models, and the number shoots up to 1 million sales in the region for 1999. As an example of that optimism, Ford last month opened a new US$401 million Indian car assembly plant in nearby Maraimalai Nagar, ...

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