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Amid the turmoil of late 2008 and 2009, Ford’s treasury led the company’s efforts to secure a $5.9 billion loan from the Energy Department to develop fuel-efficient vehicles. Applying for the loan required Ford to prove that its technology was viable and that the company was creditworthy. It also had to reconcile the DOE’s collateral requirements with the company’s existing commitments.

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