The increasing preference for diesel engines in Europe, stricter emissions regulations and greater performance requirements are spurring the development of new diesel engine technologies, says a study by Frost & Sullivan. Frost & Sullivan predicts the European diesel engine technologies market will increase to an €6.39 billion ($8.26 billion) industry by 2012, up from €4.90 billion ($6.34 billion) in 2004. “Diesel engines are gaining in popularity in Europe, penetrating even ...
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