U.S. Proposes 24% Increase in Fuel Economy of Trucks by 2027

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(Bloomberg) -- Asking the trucking industry to do more to cut the emissions that add to climate change, the Obama administration proposed a 24 percent increase in fuel-economy requirements for tractor-trailers over a decade. Bloomberg's Jeff Plungis has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

Asking the trucking industry to do more to cut the emissions that add to climate change, the Obama administration on Friday proposed a 24 percent increase in fuel-economy requirements for tractor-trailers over a decade.

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