DETROIT – Toyota Motor North America President Jim Press tomorrow will join the chiefs of the U.S. Big Three auto makers and United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger in Washington to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on energy and air quality. At first blush, it may seem odd that Press, from the auto maker that is the world’s fastest-growing and boasts the greenest image, would want to join with Detroit to talk fuel economy and related issues. But Press ...
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