Ford Motor Co. adds fuel to its frantic game of catch-up in China, unveiling a concept of the next-generation Focus sedan at Auto China 2004 in Beijing, while revealing plans to increase output in China this year and launch sales of Aston Martins by 2005. The concept unveiling marks the first time Ford has provided a sneak peek at the next-generation Focus – set for sale later this year in Europe and Asia. Choosing Beijing for the car’s world debut is a move Ford officials say “underscores ...

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