General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. will fast-track technology that could allow their Australian subsidiaries to achieve up to 20% fuel savings on their locally built vehicles by 2010, the Australian government says. Industry Minister Kim Carr, speaking in New York, tells reporters improvements to gasoline engines and other new fuel-saving technology will be applied to the Ford Falcon and GM Holden Ltd. Commodore. Carr met GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner and Ford CEO Alan Mulally ...
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