NEW DELHI – India’s new policy that sets emission standards for new vehicles and specifications for cleaner fuels is being welcomed by the industry, but environmentalists consider it too lax. Critics say India’s new emissions policy is lax. Auto makers say it gives them some breathing room but critics say the policy lacks perspective and does not guarantee clean air. The government’s road map calls for progressively tighter emissions through 2011 for vehicles and ...

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