AMSTERDAM, March 28 (Reuters) - Car and energy companies urged policy makers on Wednesday to produce consistent and uniform legislation to stimulate clean fuels as part of efforts to combat climate change. "Policies have to be standardised and simple, fast in implementation ... and create customer sense of urgency," Jan Ake Jonsson, managing director at General Motors Corp.'s unit Saab Automobile, told an industry conference at the Amsterdam auto show. He said the experience in Sweden, ...
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