WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Top executives of Ford Motor Co met on Friday with the Obama administration task force weighing restructuring of the U.S. auto industry, Ford said in a statement. The automaker said the meeting was part of an ongoing dialogue with the government and did not signal any change in the company's position on bailouts. Ford, unlike its U.S. rivals General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC, has not sought bailout funds as it restructures its operations. "Ford is in a ...
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