(Recasts, adds details on alternative fuels) By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Research and development in fuel alternatives for gasoline should be the auto industry's top priority, even in a weakened economy, and even if it means companies delay expanding or other expensive strategic decisions, the president of Chrysler LLC said on Tuesday. "Alternative technologies have to come first. It may squeeze our ability to invest in other things that may be important, but we ...
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