A predicted powertrain revolution could cost the nation between 38,000 and 207,000 jobs in coming years, as an influx of hybrids and advanced diesels (HAD) flood the U.S. marketplace, a new study says. The study, produced by the University of Michigan’s Office for the Study of Automotive Transportation (OSAT) and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC), suggests a $1.1 billion federal credit over the next five years could stem the bleeding and better prepare the Big Three and ...
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