Exactly what should be done and how is debatable, but Bill Ford is right about one thing: America needs a comprehensive automotive policy. In a speech to the Business Roundtable in Washington last month, the Ford Motor CEO called for a summit of government and auto and oil industry officials to address the environmental, economic and competitive challenges faced by car makers and set policy to ensure the survival of American manufacturing. Just what the future is for the traditional ...
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