MELROSE PARK, Illinois — In keeping with the fast-spreading trend to announce new product years before market introduction, International Truck and Engine Corp. (Navistar) displays its future “green diesel” technologies for financial analysts and the trade media here. International says it is confident its high-volume line of diesels for sport/utility vehicles (SUVs), pickups and medium-duty trucks will be able to meet the low federal oxides of nitrogen (NOx) levels proposed for 2007 — and ...

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