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FORD ISSUES JAPANESE TRADE RESPONSE

 FORD ISSUES JAPANESE TRADE RESPONSE
 DEARBORN, Mich., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Following is a Ford Motor


Company (NYSE: F) statement in response to both the Japanese Advisory Council (MITI) report and comments by the Ministry of Finance on Japanese trade surpluses:
 Every American worker, government official and politician should look at the numbers carefully and then decide for themselves which country has conducted the fairest and most open trade.
 Let's look at the facts. Japan's $542 billion overall trade surplus in the past 10 years tells us that they have been playing by different rules from their major trading partners. Perhaps the Japanese are concerned that other nations may not tolerate this any longer.
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 /CONTACT: Ken Brown of Ford, 313-322-9214/
 (F) CO: Ford Motor Company ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU:


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