A recent report from the Australian government’s National Transport Commission highlights a major improvement in carbon-dioxide emissions from new vehicles and puts auto makers ahead of schedule in meeting a target of 222 g/km by 2010, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says. The NTC report is based on data supplied by the FCAI covering the last five years, from 2005 through the first eight months of 2009. “The industry has achieved a 12% reduction in emissions in six years, ...
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