WASHINGTON – Ford Motor Co.’s U.S. new-vehicle sales this year are off to a better start than in 2009, but the auto maker will stick with its current forecast of 11.5 million to 12.5 million deliveries, CEO Alan Mulally says. Mulally also tells journalists after delivering a keynote address to the Washington Auto Show here that Ford will not build electric motors for its hybrids, as rival General Motors Co. announced today. “We’ve got a great set of suppliers that do that, and they do a ...
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