UPDATE 1-Ford seeks U.S. help to make fuel-efficient cars


(Recasts; adds quote, details on domestic industry, byline) By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. chief executive Bill Ford said on Tuesday U.S. auto companies remain the foundation of the industry despite their problems, and called on Congress to provide tax credits and other incentives to help drive development of more fuel-efficient vehicles. Ford, who planned to meet with White House officials later in the day on his ideas to lessen consumer dependence on ...

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