GENEVA – If American consumers embraced diesel technology the way their European counterparts have, much of the rancor over auto emissions would dissipate, says Ford Motor Co. boss Bill Ford Jr. “One of the things that’s really confounding to us is the inability to sell diesels in the U.S.,” the auto maker’s chairman and CEO tells reporters at the auto show here. “Diesel has been an important part of the European strategy to meet lower emissions and it could be an important part of the ...
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