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The U.S. government bought 'American'

After having poured billions of dollars, a plan to save its auto industry including manufacturers, General Motors and Chrysler, the U.S. government announced its intention to buy cars produced by the three North American manufacturers to renew the government fleet.

Thus, to better meet the needs of different government agencies, it is $ 287 million new dollars will be awarded to the 'Big Three' by the end of this year. In total, more than 17,000 vehicles that will take the road to government services, many of whom will be a hybrid vehicle engines.

Sharing will be as follows:

General-Motors: 6,000 vehicles sold for a total of $ 105 million

Ford: 8,000 vehicles sold for a total of $ 129 million

Chrysler 3000 vehicles sold for a total of $ 53 million

* Figures and amounts rounded

Hybrid vehicles:

1150 Chevrolet Malibu

1000 Ford Escape Hybrid

   900 Ford Fusion Hybrid

     50 Saturn VUE Hybrid

The question that kills!

The American people, is he going to follow the example given by legislators?

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