(Updates throughout with details) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, May 20 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday said it would miss its 2003 targets for vehicle prices in North America and Europe as sales incentives erode gains. But Ford, the world's second largest automaker, said it remains on track to meet an earnings goal of 70 cents a share for the year. In slides prepared for a presentation to analysts, Ford said it now expects prices in the United States to fall this year by an ...
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