Ford Motor Co. is in favor of a proposed plan by suppliers, dealers and the United Auto Workers union to form a cavalcade of fuel-efficient vehicles to travel to Washington, but it’s unlikely the auto maker will participate directly, a spokesman says. “I think that’s a great story to be told of how they are partners with us,” says Mike Moran. “But this is a grassroots effort coming from those sectors of the auto industry, and I don’t think anyone is requesting support from us.” The ...
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