Hybrid fuel thrift

12/05/2005
The Civil Society Institute (CSI) in Newton Centre, Mass., apparently wants to reduce US imports of crude by increasing imports of “dozens of fuel-efficient cars made by foreign and American auto manufacturers that are available for sale in other nations but not in the US.”CSI announced Nov. 28 a survey showing “millions of Americans have been frustrated in their attempts to buy hybrids and other fuel-efficient vehicles due to lack of adequate supply of the vehicles in the US.” CSI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that seeks to “apply new strategies to society’s persistent problems” in the primary categories of “kids and learning, he...
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