PARIS – Auto makers are urging the European Commission to strengthen the industry’s competitiveness by eliminating needless conflicting regulations that increase operating costs. At a recent meeting with the EC, the European Automobile Manufacturers Assn. (ACEA), along with executives from Volkswagen AG, Ford of Europe Inc., Fiat Auto SpA, Renault SA and Volvo Cars, demanded urgent measures be introduced. They include: The introduction of effective and integrated impact ...
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