BRUSSELS – The European Union’s pending directive on the control of pyrotechnic substances used to activate safety devices in vehicles gets a robust public endorsement from the auto supply industry. Addressing a “mini-hearing” of the European Parliament here earlier this week, a spokesman for the CLEPA, the European association of automotive suppliers, tells legislators the industry is fully behind the directive and would like to see it adopted throughout the EU as soon as possible. ...

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