NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. , Toyota Motor Corp. and other auto makers say they want the Bush administration to take more aggressive action to cut U.S. dependence on petroleum, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. As Hurricane Rita bore down last week on U.S. Gulf Coast oil refineries, Ford Chairman and Chief Executive William Clay Ford Jr. sent a letter to President George W. Bush asking for an energy summit involving auto makers, suppliers, fuel providers, ...
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