PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The chief executives of 13 of the world's top automakers pledged in an unprecedented meeting on Friday to jointly press for global standards on safety and environmental regulations that they say In joint statement issued by the major automotive trade groups in Europe, Japan and the United States, the automakers also said they would seek greater world acceptance of clean diesel technology and greater availability of sulfur-free fuels. Many jurisdictions, such as ...
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