PARIS – Diesel-powered cars soon will gain significant market share in the U.S., South Korea, India and China, say car makers and suppliers participating in a roundtable event at the recent Equip Auto exhibition here. For countries concerned about carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions – the main greenhouse gas – and for consumers interested in good mileage, acceleration and durability, diesels are the economic choice, says Jean Martin Folz, chairman of PSA Peugeot Citroen and moderator of the ...
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