With a more than 200% increase in net income compared to the previous year, 2011 was the strongest year in a decade for Ford. Despite its success, the company was certainly not immune to the European fiscal crisis; its operations in Europe lost $190 million in the fourth quarter alone. The company also absorbed losses due to floods in Thailand in 2011, but Ford seems to be moving ahead in sixth gear.
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