Automakers threw their support behind Energy Efficient Technology Tax Act of 1999, the bill introduced last week by Congressman Robert T. Matsui (D-CA) that would provide consumers with tax incentives to purchase electric or fuel cell-powered vehicles. The industry long has argued such subsidies will be needed to get the public interested in buying alternatively powered vehicles. The legislation promises to reduce energy costs for American consumers and businesses, and cut the amount of ...

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