It’s time to abandon U.S. oil conservation policies that haven’t worked, specifically corporate average fuel economy standards, and focus on new alternatives to improving vehicle efficiency, General Motors Corp. CEO Rick Wagoner says. In addressing shareholders at the auto maker’s annual meeting in Wilmington, DE, today, Wagoner says GM will continue to concentrate on developing more fuel-efficient vehicles via multiple initiatives, including continuous improvement in conventional internal ...

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