UK: Weak pound prompts Ford to raise prices again
Ford has again raised its UK new vehicle prices, citing the "sustained weakness of [the pound] sterling against the euro. The hike, averaging 4%, applies to all orders received after 30 June. The automaker last raised prices as recently as 31 March.
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