DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. is eying additional costs savings in Europe from combining its Jaguar, Volvo, Land Rover and Ford of Europe operations, giving it a leg up on the competition, Chief Executive Jacques A. Nasser tells stock analysts at a briefing in Dearborn. Nasser says the competitive outlook remains “tough” in Europe, but that targets for 3% margins remain “realistic” over the next three to four years. “We've got a strategy in Europe that is the best-balanced I've seen,” Nasser ...

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