Australia’s automotive industry should be forced to meet the same compulsory fuel-consumption standards as its counterparts in China, Japan and the European Union, a key motoring group says. The new campaign under way by the National Roads and Motorists Assn. seeking tighter fuel-economy targets follows a commissioned study by the Jamison Group that claims compulsory fuel-economy standards could cut Australia’s fuel use by as much as 1.4 billion gallons (5.3 billion L) annually and save ...
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