The New Zealand government has decided against delaying a requirement for used diesel vehicles to meet minimum emissions standards but will scrap a proposal for a vehicle fuel-economy standard. The government decided not to proceed with a vehicle fuel-economy standard proposed by the previous administration, because the potential benefits would have been outweighed by the cost to motorists, says Transport Minister Steven Joyce. The official says the scheme would have added significant ...

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