USA: Ford 2003 net expectations way above analysts' consenus - report
Ford Motor Company said on Friday it was expecting 2003 net income of about 70 cents a share, well above analysts' consensus estimates, Reuters reported. Ford chief financial officer Allan Gilmour said the company was on track with its cost-cutting plan, that its automotive unit would have break-even results in 2003 and that Ford's credit arm would pay dividends to the parent company, Reuters said.
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