Honda Motor Co. Ltd. supports upcoming stringent U.S. fuel-economy standards, but it also worries about the increased workload that will be necessary to meet them. So says John German, manager-environmental and energy analysis-American Honda Motor Co. Inc. For auto makers to meet the new corporate average fuel economy standards, it will necessitate a tripling in the introduction rate of new technologies, he says at a recent seminar. Problem is there currently aren’t enough qualified ...

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