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Capital drive

6 July 2009 By Antony Currie

The carmaker has avoided a governmentfunded bankruptcy and is winning market share. But it remains highly leveraged whereas rival General Motors, after its quick bankruptcy sale, now has a light debt load. Selling shares would be dilutive, but would help Ford stay competitive.

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