Fallout of US elections? GM now on California's side in pollution fight vs Trump

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GM ditches Donald Trump administration's bid to challenge California's efforts to set its own clean-air standards.
In what is being seen as an indication of automakers preparing for potentially massive changes to environment laws in the US under President-elect Joe Biden, General Motors has jumped the proverbial ship and is learnt to have ditched Donald Trump's move to challenge California's bid to set its own clean-air standards. This could be significant as GM was one among several automakers who had previously sided with the Trump administration.

US media reported that GM CEO Mary Barra wrote a letter to environment groups in the country to confirm that the company will no longer support Trump administration in its efforts to challenge California's standards. It is also urging other automakers to…
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