TORONTO, Dec 3- Ford Motor Co's Canadian arm sold more than all other carmakers in Canada in November helped in part by strong sales in the Fusion, according to auto sales data released on Tuesday. However, in terms of sales growth, Chrysler Canada sales rose almost 13 percent year-over-year in November outpacing all of its Detroit competitors.» Read More
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