WASHINGTON, June 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. , General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group plan to more than double annual production of vehicles capable of running on renewable fuels to two million cars and trucks by 2010, the automakers said on Wednesday. The pledge for more vehicles powered by fuels other than gasoline follows a meeting between the chief executives of the U.S.-based auto giants and congressional leaders last month on efforts to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil. The ...
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