(Updates with White House meeting, Moody's warning, closing price) By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. chief executive Bill Ford on Tuesday called on the U.S. Congress to provide tax credits and other incentives to help drive development of more fuel-efficient vehicles. Ford, who met with White House officials on his ideas to lessen consumer dependence on foreign oil, also said he would not accelerate the time frame for announcing the company's domestic cost ...
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