By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Feb 18 (Reuters) - The Bush administration extended a controversial incentive on Wednesday for automakers to produce vehicles that can burn either gasoline or alternative fuels. The program has long been popular with automakers because it helps their vehicles meet federal fuel economy standards. And the government calls it a good initiative to help reduce dependence on oil imports. "Diversifying the fuels we use will help protect the environment while ...
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