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It's no secret that the Big 3 are collectively suffering due short-sightedness in fuel-efficiency. However, a new study by the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) attempts to quantify near-future gains and losses if the domestic auto makers were to make proactive efforts to maximize fuel-efficiency fleet-wide.
On Wednesday, August 30th, the Society of Automotive Analysts (SAA) will be presenting the third annual Strategic Planning Summit. In a press release, the SAA says that the Summit is "designed to bring together the leading automotive research, forecasting and consulting firms to address a wide variety of pertinent issues facing the industry today."
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