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Updated 4:59 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 11, 2019

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Ford Sales in China.

China’s Ford Sales Down by 21%

Ford Motor faced a serious speed breaker in the Chinese market during the first quarter of the current financial year as the U.S. auto giant has reported a sharp 21 percent decline in sales. The flattening of its sales in China represents a growing challenge for Ford in the world's largest auto market.

Ford’s Ranger Pickup Trucks To Unveil in China.

Ford’s Ranger Pickup Trucks to hit Chinese Roads in 2018

U.S. auto giant Ford Motor is set to unveil its best seller F-series pickup trucks for the Chinese market in 2018. With this move, Ford is apparently trying to cash in on the Chinese government's recent relaxation on the use of pickup trucks in urban areas across the country.

Boeing and Ford Expansion in China.

Boeing and Ford set to Expand their Production in China

The U.S. multinational giants Boeing and Ford are surging ahead in China with their ambitious expansion plans, shrugging off the ongoing economic slowdown.

Detroit Auto Show Previews Newest Car Models

Ford's Lincoln Eyes China Production as Sales Surge

Ford Motor's luxury unit Lincoln is currently studying the feasibility of locally producing cars in China, following its sales surge in the country, the brand's China chief said on Monday.

The Ford logo is seen on a brand new Ford truck at Serramonte Ford on April 27, 2012 in Colma, California.

Ford's Lincoln Nearly Triples China Sales

Sales of Ford Motor's luxury brand Lincoln nearly tripled in China to 8,546 units in the third quarter, the company posted on Monday.

Ford Leads Automakers During Strong Monthly Sales In April

Ford, General Motors Enjoys Massive Sales Success in China

Lately, China has become a major source of revenue for two major American automakers, General Motors and Ford. The two automakers have announced that their respective sales output has risen consistently over the past few quarters.

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GM, Ford Could Take Sales Hit From China’s Decelerating Auto Industry

With the world's largest auto market expected to hit the brakes, GM and Ford, which have come to rely on China’s steady growth, could see lower profits in the coming quarters.

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