The European Commission is following up on its launch of an expert “CARS 21” panel for proposing ideas to improve competitiveness within the European Union’s auto industry by asking for public opinion on the subject. Brussels is seeking suggestions from auto-related companies, researchers and consumer groups on how it can improve national and European regulations affecting the EU sector’s sustainable development. These proposals, which are required to be submitted by April 15, will ...

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