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5 March 2009 By Antony Currie

The carmaker needs investors to accept losses and dilution and may come back for more. But dualclass shares grant the Fords 40% voting control. As quid pro quo, shareholders should demand they be scrapped. By agreeing, the Fords could show that all stakeholders are mucking in.

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