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    WardsAuto Interview: ACEA's Erik Jonnaert

    Erik Jonnaert, the new secretary-general of the ACEA, the European automakers association, talks to WardsAuto about the market, free trade, global expansion and regulatory issues....More
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    CORRECTED-Concerns raised over Germany's Audi, BMW lending cars to EU  

    (Corrects attribution of information in paragraph 13 to Greek presidency website, not to unofficial Twitter account) * Luxury German carmakers lent scores of vehicles for free * Cars supplied to countries holding the EU presidencies * Carmakers say they wanted to raise brand awareness By Barbara Lewis...More
  • Newswire

    EU Parliament Endorses Stiffer Car Emissions Limits  

    The new rules limit average carbon-dioxide emissions to 95 g/km for all new cars sold in the European Union, compared with the current limit of 130 g/km....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-EU takes Brazil to WTO over "protectionist" car taxes  

    * EU unhappy with 30 percent tax on vehicle imports * EU is Brazil's top trading partner, seeking trade deal * Brazil says taxes respect international trade rules By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - The EU launched a case against Brazil at the World Trade Organization on Thursday over the South American nation's taxes on imports from cars to computers, but insisted the dispute should have no bearing on delicate free-trade talks....More
  • Newswire

    EU Vehicles on Track to Achieve 2015 Emissions Goal  

    The 2.6% decline in emissions from 2011 to 2012 keeps the European Union on track to easily meet its 2015 target....More
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