CHICAGO, IL – General Motors Corp. anticipates an overdue approval of ethanol-dispensing systems by a leading product certifier will speed the proliferation of biofuels pumps across the U.S. The auto maker also says it has not witnessed any deterioration in support for its role in making ethanol an easy-to-use alternative to gasoline, despite recent claims that biofuels production pushes up food prices. Mary Beth Stanek, director-Energy and Environmental Policy & Commercialization, ...
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