Growth in the U.S. market this year has surpassed Ford’s expectations, causing the auto maker to face capacity constraints, says Mark Fields, president-The Americas. Fields, speaking this week at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2012 New York Auto Summit, says Ford originally planned for a U.S. seasonally adjusted annual rate in 2012 of 13.5 million-14.5 million units. But with the close of the first quarter last month, the auto maker readjusted its estimate for the 2012 SAAR to ...
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