HONEOYE FALLS, NY – The recent greenhouse gas emissions reduction deal brokered between the Canadian Auto Manufacturers Assn. and the Canadian government will not impact the U.S., General Motors Corp.’s chief environmental officer says. The Canadian government last month forged an agreement with major car companies that will force down emissions of greenhouse gases by 25%, or 5.3 million tons (4.8 million t), by 2010, compared with 1995 levels. U.S. environmental groups say they expect the ...

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