September 25 -- A study by a group that advocates curbing U.S. reliance on oil said changing the kinds of cars and trucks on the road in the U.S. could improve economic growth over the long term and reduce the budget deficit. The study, “Oil and the Debt,” was commissioned by Securing America’s Future Energy, a group that includes business and military leaders seeking reduced oil dependence. It was prepared by Keybridge Research LLC, whose prior work on federal budget issues highlighted some of the same issues. >>View Article
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 16:00
New Vehicles Could Boost Growth and Trim Debt, Group Says FeaturedWritten by Bill Nelander
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