The European Commission has come out in support of new automotive manufacturing standards developed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). European Union ministers have been asked to vote in favor of the three primary standards, designed as a common set of guidelines within Europe. The first standard covers anti-theft protection, regarding all equipment and parts fitted to or used independently on vehicles. The second set of rules is designed to govern ...

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