Australian governments reportedly are planning new standards requiring vehicle manufacturers to cut carbon-dioxide emissions from new cars sold in the country. The Melbourne Age says auto makers are fighting a strenuous rear-guard action – including lobbying premiers from the manufacturing states of Victoria and South Australia – to prevent such standards from taking effect. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and state premiers are due to discuss the issue at a meeting of the Council of ...

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