* Month "off to a good start," exec says * June to be "at least as good as May and maybe better" DEARBORN, Mich., June 21 (Reuters) - June auto sales are on track to at least meet and perhaps exceed May levels, a top Ford Motor Co executive told reporters on Tuesday. The month is "off to a good start," said Mark Fields, who heads the No. 2 U.S. automaker's operations in North and South America. He said he expects the month to be "at least as good as May and maybe better." May was a ...
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