Although they appear to be distinctly different applications, Mr. Mueller emphasizes that GM learns plenty from its experience in developing gasoline marine engines, where it reportedly has a dominating 98% of the U.S. market. MIAMI — If it hasn't already ordered one, the DEA (Drug Enforcement Admin.) may want to take a look at a high-powered speedboat capable of exceeding 100 mph (162 km/h) as a weapon to nab ocean-going drug-runners who flourish here in southern Florida. At least for ...
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