Canada think tank sees loophole in emissions plans


* Says automakers' banked credits could undermine plans * Asks environment minister for full analysis * New rules set to take effect in autumn By Ka Yan Ng OTTAWA, July 29 (Reuters) - Proposed Canadian regulations to cut emissions from cars and trucks may have little to no effect as early "action credits" banked by automakers may be able to carry them through the compliance period, an environmental think tank said on Thursday. The Pembina Institute said its analysis of the planned ...

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