DEARBORN, MI â€“ January may have marked the proverbial â€śbottoming outâ€ť of the U.S. auto industry and actually be a signal of better days to come, says a top Ford Motor Co. executive. â€śIf you take away the fleet portion of (January sales) and just look at the retail piece of it, the annualized retail SAAR in January was about 8.4 million-8.5 million units,â€ť Mark Fields, president-The Americas, says at an event here. â€śAnd if you look at the last several months, itâ€™s been in that range. So ...
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