DETROIT — Although nationwide gasoline prices have bottomed out at low levels not seen in many months, concerns about the nation’s energy dependence linger in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. And those concerns are not alleviated by the Environmental Protection Agency’s widely reported announcement earlier this year that U.S. fuel economy had reached its lowest level since 1980. Garrett Engine Boosting Systems, the longtime supplier of turbochargers for light-duty vehicles, ...

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