The European Commission is asking automobile research teams to bid for two multi-million euro projects designed to promote development of new technologies and spearhead government policies aimed at cutting vehicle emissions and improving safety. On safety, the Commission wants to spend €3 million ($3.6 million) over four years on four tasks: Reviewing existing and pending motor vehicle and other relevant legislation to evaluate its likely impact on auto safety. Assessing relevant ...

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