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Topic - Ian Fletcher
Just when carmakers thought it safe to roll out new models in the wake of the economic crisis _ 170 premiers are advertised for the Geneva Auto Show opening this week _ a spike in fuel prices has cast a new shadow over the industry and redoubled attention on green technologies.
The car industry, it seems, just can't get a break.
"If the fire comes back around or things change where they have to get out, we still have an egress point, so we will still escort them out of town," he said. "We're expecting high winds this afternoon. We're preparing for the worst and hoping for the best."