Reuters Summit-Detroit automakers see green at end of rainbow


(For other news from the Reuters Autos Summit, click on By Peter Bohan DETROIT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Detroit's auto industry, which has given the world the "muscle car" and "gas guzzler," may finally be seeing "green." Top auto executives, investors and industry analysts sang the same tune at this week's Reuters Auto Summit: newfound hope for competing in the market for fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly cars and trucks. Green, it ...

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