Bill Ford, chairman and chief executive of Ford, the second largest US car manufacturer, says he would support higher fuel taxes in exchange for incentives to promote energy-efficient vehicles.
Gasoline prices have hit record levels in the US, and become a sensitive issue in the presidential election. “I would support some …
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