DETROIT – General Motors North America President Mark Reuss says auto makers would have no choice but to comply with a new, stricter fuel-economy mandate, if enacted. Reports of proposed corporate average fuel economy rules hitting 56 mpg (4.2 L/100 km) by 2025 represent “tough goals,” he says. But the industry must respond accordingly. “It’s our job to take a look at it, digest it, and put together a data set of what it takes to do it,” Reuss says. “The auto industry does not get ...

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