Ford Motor Co. has sold 38,000 vehicles in China in 2004 as of July 28, doubling its sales tally for all of 2003 and putting the auto maker on pace to reach its target of 65,000 units this year, a spokesman says. The total for the year includes 20,000 Mondeos and 14,000 Fiestas sold through June, the spokesman says. Ford reports its sales progress on the same day the 50,000th Ford vehicle rolls off the assembly line at the Changan Ford Automobile Corp. Ltd. joint manufacturing venture ...

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