WASHINGTON, March 26 (Reuters) - President George W. Bush wants market-based solutions for boosting alternative fuel use in the U.S. automobile industry, not new government regulations, Detroit-based automakers said on Monday. The executives from General Motors Corp. , Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Group said after meeting with Bush at the White House that the president agreed with their plans to increase production of alternative fuel vehicles. The executives said they would make half ...
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