European auto makers still may get a chance to make extra money by selling environmental credits gained by cutting the amount of carbon dioxide their vehicles produce, but a recent ruling from the European Court of Justice is making that potentially lucrative scenario less attractive. Currently, the European Union operates an emissions-trading system, where big polluters are given set permits to emit CO2, based on their historic level of emissions. If these polluters (currently major ...
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