CANBERRA – The Victoria Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability wants the Australian state’s government to use its buying power to encourage the local auto industry to produce smaller cars and vehicles that use alternative fuels. Commissioner Ian McPhail says in a report tabled in state Parliament that these vehicles are cheaper to run and have less environmental impact. He says only about one-third of the government's fleet of 20,000 vehicles is covered by its purchasing ...

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