DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co.’s top executive favors government intervention to help reduce the fuel consumption of America’s light-vehicle fleet. But Bill Ford Jr., chairman and CEO of the world’s No.2 auto maker, backs pricing action – not measures such as stricter fuel-economy requirements. Bill Ford Jr. at groundbreaking for Detroit Zoo’s Ford Center for Environmental and Conservation Education with Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick (left). Levies on fuel and tax breaks for buyers ...

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