* In more than half all new cars by 2016 -Johnson Controls * Up to 12 percent cut in fuel use, polluting emissions * Barclays sets $52 JCI price target; closed Mon at $39.52 By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, June 27 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls expects the number of vehicles built to allow "start-stop" technology will more than triple in five years as automakers worldwide seek better fuel efficiency. Already included in some vehicles, start-stop allows a car's engine to shut off when ...
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