BRUSSELS — European car manufacturers will meet this month to plan their last ditch lobbying effort against mandatory recycling of their old cars. “The newly elected Parliamentarians will be meeting sometime in September for the first time,” says Thierry Proteau, a spokesman for the European automakers' association, the ACEA. “We have to fight. It's an unfair sort of legislation.” In July, the European Council of Permanent Representatives passed a rule requiring carmakers to recycle for ...

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