CHICAGO, Sept. 23 (UPI) -- China's success in selling cars and auto parts in foreign markets such as South America prompted the U.S. government to file an anti-subsidy complaint with the World Trade Organization.
President Obama went to the Daimler Truck Manufacturing Plant in Mount Holly, N.C., last week and proposed spending $1 billion to help 10 to 15 U.S. communities put in infrastructure to support electric and other alternative-fuel vehicles.
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