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301. lappuse - ... favored" companies, because their price tags don't include the costs of the most advanced technologies. Also, it is possible that companies that wind up with the lowest efficiency targets could use the leeway these lower targets afford them to increase vehicle performance to levels that companies with higher efficiency targets may not be able to match (because higher performance reduces fuel efficiency). If either of the latter two outcomes occur, we have not only rewarded the lower efficiency...
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