PARIS – Europe passes new fuel-economy rules for light-commercial vehicles that will see their average carbon-dioxide emissions improve 27.6% between now and 2020. The new requirements should help PSA Peugeot Citroen and General Motors Europe, the leaders in the segment, because they already have a fleet fuel economy well below the European average. Not only will the two auto makers need to spend less to bring their LCVs into conformance, but they also will be allowed to form a pool ...
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