DETROIT – French chemical supplier Rhodia SA announces here last week that this year Ford Motor Co. will adopt its “Eolys” fuel-borne catalyst technology on the entire range of diesel engines it manufactures in Europe that are equipped with diesel particulate filters (DPFs). The particulate filter technology will debut on a diesel-equipped Ford Focus, and Rhodia predicts the number of passenger vehicles equipped with DPF-Eolys catalyst systems will rise from 400,000 annually in Europe in ...

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