Quebec adopts California's auto emission standards


* Light vehicle emissions to be cut by 35 pct by 2016 * Rules go into effect on Jan. 14 By John McCrank TORONTO, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Quebec will become the first province in Canada to adopt California's strict auto emissions standards, the province's environment ministry said on Tuesday. The new rules will come into effect on Jan. 14 and will impose increasingly stringent limits on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from cars and light trucks made between 2010 and 2016 that are sold in ...

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