LONDON – Even as the European Parliament currently meets to agree on upcoming Euro 5 automotive emissions standards, to take effect in 2009, the European Union’s health case for moving up future tougher standards continues to build. The European Commission, the EU’s executive branch, is issuing compelling new figures showing huge health benefits across the region that would come from stronger Euro 6 standards and beyond. For instance, a study done by the Commission’s environment ...

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