UPDATE 1-Key lawmakers skeptical of Bush fuel savings plan

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(Adds CEO's to testify, Dingell comment on emissions) By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Members of Congress expressed doubt on Wednesday about the White House goal of raising auto fuel efficiency by 4 percent next decade, convinced the target would harm U.S. manufacturers. Rep. John Dingell, a Michigan Democrat and chairman of the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee, suggested efficiency improvements were inevitable but he is not sold on fuel economy ...

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