TORONTO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Canadian auto makers will have to comply with mandatory vehicle-emission requirements that mirror tough rules being adopted in some U.S. states, as the government aims to improve air quality, the Globe and Mail reported on Friday. According to the newspaper, the plan to reduce vehicle emissions will take effect in 2010, when a current deal signed by the previous Liberal government expires. Citing unnamed sources, the newspaper said the Conservative government ...
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