European auto makers must build more environmentally friendly vehicles if they are to cope with future demands from the highly lucrative business-fleet market, consulting firm Deloitte and Touche LLP says in a recent report. Changes to the taxation of company cars across Europe mean businesses with carbon dioxide-spewing vehicles in their fleets will face greater costs and increasing demand for low-emissions cars, the study says. Deloitte and Touche notes the U.K. is leading the way in ...

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