A full year after Ford's domestic competitors accepted federal corporate welfare bailouts from Uncle Sam, the future of GM and Chrysler remains uncertain. At the same time, foreign auto giant Toyota finds itself in the midst of a huge recall mess.
Meanwhile, Ford is forecasting a full-year profit for 2010 and promises to be "solidly profitable" by 2011. Well done.
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