From Henry Ford's earliest days selling the Model A Runabout, Ford Motor Co. was an international enterprise. Five years after its founding in 1903, it set up its first overseas sales branch, in France. By 1911, it was making cars in Britain. But more than 80 years and dozens of overseas operations later, Ford is still trying to figure out what it means to be a global company.
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