The clock is ticking if General Motors Co. wants to be the first major auto maker on the market with a high-volume modern-era electric vehicle. On track to launch sales this month, GM is set to begin shipping the ’11 Chevrolet Volt next week. But the Environmental Protection Agency has yet to bestow a fuel-economy label on the extended-range EV. And no car can be sold without one. Meanwhile, the EPA this week provides Nissan North America Inc. with a window sticker for its all-electric ...
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