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Ford sales bump: Good news for Michigan?

Are things looking brighter for Michigan with the news that Ford Motor Co. sold more vehicles last month than it did in July 2008?

The Detroit Free Press reports this morning that the Dearborn (MI) based auto company did something no other domestic car company has done since Jan. 2008 which a year-to-year sales increase. 

Economic news in Michigan has been glum for some time.  Is this changing or is it just reaction to the federal government borrowing billions of dollars to use as incentives for car buyers to buy a new vehicle?

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