DETROIT – Proposed corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) increases will create jobs and strengthen the domestic auto industry, the Sierra Club says. “We will continue to lose market share to the Japanese auto makers unless we compete head-on,” Sierra Club spokesman Dan Becker says, noting Japan-based manufacturers are building cars with 50-mpg (4.7L/100 km) capability. With solid market share comes stable employment levels, Becker says, estimating 40,000 jobs will be created if the ...

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