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AT THE groundbreaking ceremony of the new Ford Alabang dealership site are (from right) Krieger, Bradley, Borromeo, Ford Alabang general manager Paolo Borromeo and Ford VP for marketing and sales  Minnie Valencia
FORD Philippines president Randy Krieger
FORD Alabang president Max Borromeo
FORD Asean president Matt Bradley

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