The Australian auto industry is resisting federal government proposals calling for the implementation of tough cuts to vehicle emissions. After being roundly rebuffed in its attempt to legislate an emissions trading scheme, the government now has vehicle pollution in its gun sights, saying it wants Euro 5 regulations to apply by 2012. Melbourne’s The Age newspaper says Transport Minister Anthony Albanese is due to meet with industry executives in Melbourne next week, where auto makers ...
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