CHICAGO – Chrysler LLC supports President Obama’s proposals to raise fuel-economy standards, lower carbon-dioxide emissions and reduce dependency on foreign oil, but his refusal thus far to rule out permitting states to set their own emissions standards is troubling, says Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Jim Press. “We look forward to working with the new administration,” Press tells the media following a meeting with Chicagoland dealers to update them on the state of Chrysler now that ...
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