Political indications are the budget for the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV) will not be halved, and may in fact end up higher than the original request in the fiscal-2001 spending bill for the Interior Department. On June 14, the House voted to cut the budget by $126.5 million for the joint government/industry program searching for a more efficient automobile (see WEVTU — June 1, '00 p.8). But a Ford Motor Co. spokeswoman says she is confident it will pass the ...

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