DETROIT – The threat of higher U.S. fuel-economy requirements, coming in part as a result of a recent Supreme Court ruling empowering the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate carbon dioxide emissions, isn’t affecting Toyota Motor Corp.’s product plans, says its top American executive. Earlier this month, General Motors Corp. said it was hitting “the pause button” on several rear-drive car programs while it waits to see the extent of any new direction in fuel economy regulations. ...
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