Ford January sales in China rise 53%

SHANGHAI (Reuters) -- Ford Motor Co. and its Chinese joint ventures sold 94,466 vehicles in China in January, an increase of 53 percent from a year earlier, the automaker said today.

That compares with a 35 percent increase in December and a 47 percent jump in November.

In 2013, Ford sold a total of 935,813 vehicles in China, up 49 percent from the previous year.

Ford operates joint ventures in China with Chongqing Changan Automobile Co. Ltd. and Jiangling Motors Corp.

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