Like most of its rivals, Ford (NYSE:F) has had a tough time in Europe recently. Deep recessions have driven new-car sales to 20-year lows, and Ford has said that it could lose as much as $2 billion in the region this year.

Last fall, Ford announced a plan to change its approach in Europe, hoping to find profits even if the market continued to struggle. In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear looks at Ford's latest sales data from the Old World -- and sees some signs that the company's revival plan may be starting to work.

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