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The only way to tell how much money Henry Ford makes or loses is to find the difference between each year's profit & loss surplus on the balance sheet which Ford Motor Co. is required to file annually in certain states where it does business. On that basis of rough calculation, financial writers were able to deduce last week from a statement of condition for 1933 filed with the Massachusetts Commissioner of Corporations, that Ford Motor Co. had finished the year with a $3,923,000 deficit against a deficit of $79,247,000 in 1932....

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