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Results may slip in 2017 amid spending on driverless cars
Robot taxis alone may bring 100,000 annual sales, Ford says
Ford Motor Co.’s headlong push into driverless and electric cars will come at a price, with financial results falling next year as it boosts spending on the new products and fixes weaknesses in luxury autos and emerging markets.
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