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Ford's sales in China collapsed 43% in September amid Trump's trade war and an economic slowdown (F)

Business Insider Friday, 12 October 2018
Ford's sales in China collapsed 43% in September amid Trump's trade war and an economic slowdown (F)· Ford sales in China tanked 43% in September compared to the same month in 2017.
· The drop is due to a confluence of factors, from Ford's makeover of the company to the Chinese economic slowdown.
· The growing trade war between the US and China also likely played a role.
· Ford has been dealing with a series of maladies...
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According to Business Insider, Ford’s sales in China have dropped in September. One reason for sales falling is President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Another reason is the general slowdown in the Chinese economy. Data from the company shows that overall sales in China fell 43 percent...

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