SAO PAULO – When Brazil adopts more rigid emissions standards known as Euro III in 2005, auto manufacturers will have to step up efforts to meet requirements for diesel engines. The electronically controlled engine is the only way to meet Euro III requirements, says Eduardo C. Luzzi, head of sales for MWM Motores Diesel. Cummins Inc. also has electronically controlled engines available and is gradually putting them on the market here. Currently only 5% of the engines sold by Cummins in ...
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