SEC asks Ford to detail ties with Sudan,Syria,Iran


DETROIT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday disclosed it asked Ford Motor Co. to detail its business ties to Syria, Iran and Sudan, three countries the U.S. government considers "terrorist- sponsoring states". In a chain of correspondence, released on Friday, but dating back to July, the SEC asked Ford to demonstrate that its "reputation and share value" were not at risk because of its business in those countries. In mid-August, Ford said it sells ...

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