BERLIN, March 31 (Reuters) - The German state of Bavaria said on Thursday carmakers Audi and BMW would shortly start a nationwide programme to fit diesel engine particle filters to existing cars. Bavarian Environment Minister Werner Schnappauf said after talks with the carmakers that the state had agreed a programme to cut vehicle emissions with Audi and BMW who would release more details over the next few days. Germany's government promised on Wednesday to present draft legislation ...
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