(Updates throughout with details) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, May 20 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Tuesday it would miss its goal of keeping vehicle prices steady this year in the United States due to escalating incentives, but vowed to make up the difference with cost cuts. The change in Ford's outlook came during an update to analysts on Ford's year-old turnaround plan, which Chairman and Chief Executive Bill Ford Jr. pledged was on track, including Ford's target of earning 70 cents ...
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