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Ford slashes profit outlook

By Bloomberg
19 October 2019   |   9:02 pm
Ford has cut its full-year profit outlook after a rocky quarter that saw sluggish sales in China and higher costs in the North America market. Bloomberg’s Chester Dawson reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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