Ford Motor Co. is increasing the amount it plans to borrow to fund its restructuring program from $18 billion to $22 billion-$23 billion. In a filing today with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ford says it is raising the amount of a secured revolving credit facility to between $10.5 billion and $11.5 billion from the originally planned $8 billion. Ford also reveals it must pledge its 33% stake in Mazda Motor Corp. should it tap into $2 billion in additional financiing made ...

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