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Lincoln's president explains why China is critical for the luxury brand — and why the company hasn't yet gone fully electric (F)

Business Insider Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Lincoln's president explains why China is critical for the luxury brand — and why the company hasn't yet gone fully electric (F)· Lincoln president Joy Falotico is optimistic that even as China's sales growth weakens, the brand can continue to compete by rolling out new vehicles. 
· Lincoln sales slid in China in 2019, but new SUVs such as Navigator and Nautilus posted gains.
· Falotico said that Lincoln isn't shying away from a fully electric...
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