Despite objections from the Dept. of Energy about low sulfur fuel, the head of the Alliance of Automotive Manufacturers says President Clinton and the Environmental Protection Agency's clean-air goals won't be undermined. AAM President Josephine Cooper says automakers are prepared to support the EPA's Tier 2 proposals for clean air and fuel, but it will require that the oil industry refine gasoline to a lower sulfur content. “We are committed to work with the oil industry,” Ms. Cooper ...

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