DETROIT – The Bush Admin. reportedly is considering a proposal by the National Academy of Sciences to give auto makers tradable credits for fuel economy. Auto makers could purchase the credits instead of increasing fuel efficiency, which likely would involve creating new technology that many auto makers claim is too expensive. Auto makers who produce a car that surpasses a target fuel economy rating could receive the credits, and then sell them to other auto makers that produce less ...

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