Mitsubishi Motors Corp. denies a newspaper report from Japan which says the company has developed a new diesel engine that can drastically reduce emissions. “We are still developing it, just as other manufacturers are doing,” says a Mitsubishi spokesperson. Japan's heavy truck makers are developing new reduced-emission diesels as they gear up for a Tokyo mandate that will require all diesel vehicles to be equipped with particulate filters starting in 2003.

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