Drop in European Auto Emissions Exaggerated, Critics Say

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* EU car makers meet pollution targets early * Tests on car emissions done in laboratories, not real world * Campaigners demand stricter tests By Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS, April 30 (Reuters) - New cars sold in the European Union were four percent cleaner in 2013 than the previous year, data from the European Environment Agency (EEA) showed on Wednesday, although environmental campaigners said the improvement was exaggerated. The decline in carbon dioxide emissions from cars to an average of ...

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