Corning sees strong growth in clean-air diesel


CHICAGO, April 28 (Reuters) - The total market for products that keep diesel engines running clean could grow to $1 billion by 2008, Corning Inc. said it will tell shareholders on Thursday. Corning, which makes filters and other products for diesel engines, said demand is being driven by tighter emissions standards. In the United States, those standards will become effective in 2007; similar measures are expected to be introduced in Europe and Asia, Corning said. Corning, which ...

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