INTERVIEW-California plans new round of auto pollution rules


* State sees costs, benefits similar to current rule round * Federal goals expected at the end of September * New round of rules would cover model years 2017-2025 By Peter Henderson SAN FRANCISCO, May 25 (Reuters) - California aims to double greenhouse gas emissions cuts and fuel efficiency gains in a new round of regulation for vehicles that will start late this decade and may spur draft federal goals later this year, the state's top climate change regulators said on Tuesday. The ...

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