Farley Says Ford Seeks to Improve Fuel-Mileage Data

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March 27 (Bloomberg) -- Jim Farley, executive vice president of global marketing, sales and service at Ford Motor Co., talks about the company's efforts to produce ways for customers to see real-world fuel-economy measurements, sales of the automaker's Eco-Boost engines and the Lincoln brand. Lentz, speaking with Matt Miller at the New York International Auto Show on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money," also talks about sales in China and the controversy surrounding unauthorized advertisements for the Ford Figo in India. (Source: Bloomberg)

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