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In many sectors, such as autos and energy, lower costs and better efficiency—not EPA rule-making—are the real engines of growth. Eva Zlotnicka explains.

The movement toward electric vehicles, away from the internal combustion engine, is likely to continue, regardless of whether fuel efficiency standards are reduced.

Get more coverage on key issues and debates on U.S. policy and how they may affect the outlook for the economy, markets, various industries, as well as investors and consumers.

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New renewable energy storage technology has the power to turn solar and wind energy into a reliable source of electricity generation for U.S. utilities.

U.S. Politics in Transition: What's Ahead for Markets and Investors
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For more Morgan Stanley Research on the outlook for U.S. policy and how they may impact markets and investors, ask your Morgan Stanley representative or Financial Advisor for the full report, "Sustainability: Trump's EPA: Closer to Reality." (Mar 8, 2017). Plus, more Ideas.