Auto makers that previously were moving quickly toward meeting upcoming European Union emissions standards slackened their pace last year, a new report by the European Federation for Transport and Environment suggests. In releasing the report, T&E Director Jos Dings says the reason for the slowdown is simple: Some manufacturers “don’t have to” maintain speed – they are well on their way to meeting current 2015 targets that call for an average 130 g/km of carbon-dioxide emissions for ...
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