By Joseph White SHANGHAI, April 19 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is taking a cautious approach to producing electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles for the Chinese market, citing uncertainty about consumer interest and government policy, despite a rush by carmakers to jump into the sector. "You don't get any prizes for being first to market," said Trevor Worthington, Ford's vice president for product development in Asia Pacific. The challenge is to offer electrified vehicles ...
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