By John Crawley WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - Senate lawmakers neared a compromise on Thursday to sharply increase automobile fuel efficiency, a cornerstone of energy legislation moving slowly through the chamber, lawmakers and industry officials said. Negotiators haggled over final details of an agreement based on a bi-partisan proposal that still left automakers and their allies in Congress dissatisfied, according to lawmakers familiar with the talks. Struggling General Motors ...
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