PARIS – Europe’s auto makers and suppliers are preparing for tough new laws that will force consumers to buy vehicles that are better for the environment. Higher fuel prices have pushed the market toward more fuel efficiency, but European auto makers still will fail to reach their voluntary fuel economy goal of achieving an average 140 g/km of carbon dioxide for new cars. The anticipated failure has divided the European auto industry, pitting the German-based companies against the ...
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