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[DOC] Response to Ford Motor Company from Political Economy Research Institute

Author: Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), Univ. of Massachusetts [USA], Published on: 29 May 2006

We thank Ford Motor Company for its willingness to engage in dialogue with the Political Economy Research Institute... We are pleased to learn that Ford Motor Company, which ranked seventh on the Toxic 100 list of Top Corporate Air Polluters, is committed to reducing toxic air emissions and its overall environmental impact. PERI looks forward to ongoing improvement in performance.

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