A page may be turning on the U.S. auto industry, if Ford Motor Co.’s take on November sales is any indicator. The auto maker says it is successfully weaning itself from overcapacity-driven incentives, while keeping production in line with demand, drawing higher transaction prices from buyers and winning over consumers based on content, not the latest deal of the month. Although Ford has been gaining market share in the U.S., it no longer is concerned so much with that, executives say, ...
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