ANALYSIS-Green claims of diesel cars disputed

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* Diesel cars emit less CO2 than gasoline, more soot * No consensus on net environmental effect * Carbon labelling schemes on the increase By Gerard Wynn LONDON, April 27 (Reuters) - Modern diesel cars may not be as clean as previously thought, say some experts as regulators try to roll out industry standards to satisfy "green" consumers. Filter technologies have cleaned up diesel cars traditionally viewed as far more polluting than gasoline rivals, but their soot emissions are now ...

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