Q. What is your timeframe for recovery in South America? A. We're going to take our loss position from last year, cut it in half this year, cut it again next year and expect to be running in the black by the year 2002. It's a tough process. We've got to build a dealer network; we've got to put in product and build our share. We've got to obviously control our costs and get them down to a level where all that comes together in a positive position. Q. What sales numbers would Ford like to ...
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