WAYNE, MI – Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally is optimistic about the auto industry in 2011, predicting sales close to 13 million units for the year. “I’m cautiously optimistic the fundamentals of the economy are going to continue to grow,” he tells Ward’s in a wide-ranging interview during a media event here. “The most important thing we can do now is to keep this economic growth going, not just in the U.S. but in the world.” The situation is more precarious in Europe, particularly in ...
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