Asian auto makers are outperforming North American – and some European – competitors when it comes to using their environmental and social resources well, a new study finds. The report, entitled “Sustainable Value in Automobile Manufacturing,” ranks 17 major auto makers in terms of their societal and environmental impact from vehicle production, using data collected from 1999-2007, the last year for which such information is available. The study is based on financial, environmental and ...

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