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Exclusive: In U-turn, Ford ditches plan to unify China sales system after partners push back

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
Ford Motor Co has scrapped a plan to create a unified national sales company for China that stoked mistrust of the automaker at its joint venture partners and contributed to a spectacular collapse in sales in the world's biggest car market.
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