BRUSSELS — Automakers in Europe will have to accept cars at the end of their life for recycling, beginning in 2006. Representatives of the 15 European Union member states agree to the recycling plan in the face of heavy opposition by carmakers and the German government. The plan, pushed by environmentalists, will cost the companies more than US$10 billion, according to ACEA, the European automakers' association. The European Commission first proposed the idea two years ago. It still must ...

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