MUMBAI – India’s Bureau of Energy Efficiency says auto makers soon will be required to disclose fuel-efficiency ratings to consumers on a scale of 1-5 for all new cars and utility vehicles sold in the country. The inclusion of the star rating is voluntary for auto makers this year but will be mandatory by 2011. The BEE had considered a requirement to include a vehicle’s carbon-dioxide emissions in g/km, but the proposal was abandoned on the grounds the fuel-efficiency rating would be ...

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