Europe truckmakers pledge to cut fuel consumption

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HANOVER, Germany, Sept 23 (Reuters) - European truckmakers pledged on Tuesday to reduce fuel consumption by 2020 in line with a European Union objective, but called on legislators not to oppose the industry's own attempts to cut emissions. "The commercial vehicles industry has united behind the 'Vision 20-20': We will further decrease the consumption of modern trucks by on average 20 percent per tonne/kilometer by the year 2020," Daimler Trucks chief Andreas Renschler said. Speaking as ...

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