German auto makers pushed for super-credits to avoid meeting upcoming CO2 emissions target.
The European Union’s new agreement reached Tuesday would allow the government to introduce a 95 g/km of carbon-dioxide emissions target by 2020 for new light vehicles sold in the EU. The deal still must be officially ratified by all member states. Representatives from the European Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers thrashed out proposed solutions to remaining disagreements about how these emissions will be assessed, long-term targets and special exemptions for auto makers ...
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