MUMBAI – Indian automakers are balking at government plans to require them to more quickly match European vehicle-emissions standards. Responding to studies ranking India’s air quality among the world’s worst, the manufacturers contend they need until 2025, the current deadline for achievement of so-called BS VI emissions, to bring their technology up to speed. The government is considering asking the automakers to meet BS VI standards by 2020. But the car companies argue ...

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