As interest in clean diesel powertrains continues to be paced by mounting environmental concerns for vehicle emissions, the market for diesel particulate filters (DPFs) is expected to accelerate in terms of both value and technological innovation. Due to more stringent emissions regulations in the diesel-savvy European and burgeoning North American markets, global DPF revenues are expected to top E3.2 billion ($4.3 billion) by 2012, says Kaushik Madhaven, automotive and transportation ...

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