Ford Motor Co's (F.N) head of global purchasing on Wednesday said the company remains "bullish on China" despite a drop in auto sales recently.
"Longer term, we're still very bullish on China," said Hau Thai-Tang, head of global purchasing for Ford. Speaking at an auto industry conference in New York, Hau Thai-Tang said that Ford adjusted for expected lower volumes ahead of the recent downturn.
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