U.S. 2025 Auto Fuel-Economy Target Gets Support From SuppliersBy
Obama’s goal spurs innovation and jobs, Eaton executive says
California-based group’s survey also finds partsmaker backing
The U.S. should maintain President Barack Obama’s 2025 automotive fuel-economy target because the goal spurs innovation and job growth, an executive for vehicle-parts maker Eaton Corp. said, echoing the findings of a survey of parts suppliers.
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