Ford says July sales have been helped by the government's very popular "cash for clunkers" program. But the government says that, unless the Senate follows the House and allocates $2 billion, the program will have to be suspended this week. That program gives vouchers of up to $4,500 for drivers who trade in old cars for new, more fuel-efficient ones.
Ford Posts First Monthly Sales Increase In 2 Years
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