SAO PAULO – Brazil’s auto makers want the government to expand its policy regarding alcohol-fueled vehicles, as well as gas-fueled vehicles with 25% alcohol (see related story: Technology Allows Use of Multiple Fuels). "We are not asking for any (additional) tax benefit, but we want the government to promote the (gas) alcohol fuel-based car," says a spokesman for Anfavea, the national association of automotive manufacturers here. "The consumer needs some advantage," he says. "Otherwise, he ...

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