A delayed timetable for introducing new Euro 5 fuel-consumption and emissions standards for European Union vehicles has been tabled by the European Parliament’s environment committee. Normally a keen supporter of robust environmental legislation, the committee accuses the EU’s executive authority – the European Commission – of rushing into mandating Euro 5 by proposing the standard be in force by mid-2008. Instead, the committee wants auto makers to be given until September 2009 to ...
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