By Lynn Adler NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending appears to be improving enough to compensate for the impact of high fuel costs on the package delivery business, DHL Express U.S. chief executive Ian Clough said. The company is pushing to expand its fleet of fuel-efficient vehicles and aircraft, however, launching an all-green fleet in Manhattan on Thursday and aiming to buy more Boeing 777 planes. "I don't think anybody's celebrating that the economy's going great, ...
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