CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. wants to better leverage its global resources as it attempts to turn around its North American unit, but bringing vehicles from its overseas subsidiaries to the U.S. requires careful consideration, a top executive says. Mark Fields, president-The Americas, says Ford has to be “real careful” about bringing foreign vehicles here, a move rival General Motors Corp. recently made by importing the Opel Astra to the U.S. and rebadging it as a Saturn. “The industry is ...

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