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    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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    India Panel Finds GM Responsible in Emissions Testing Case: Govt Source  

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    EU Ministers Side With Germany in Blocking Auto-Emissions Law  

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    Germany Shows No Sign of Bending on EU Car Emissions Law  

    Most EU carmakers are happy with the new rules. But analysts say Germany's premium car makers Daimler and BMW, which produce heavier and less fuel-efficient vehicles than those from firms such as Italy's Fiat, would find it challenging to meet the emissions target....More
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    EU Approves French Subsidy for Renault Hybrid-Fuel Research  

    Researchers will develop diesel-hybrid technology meant to improve fuel economy and reduce CO2 emissions....More
  • Aug 26, 2013

    Big Oil Has Better Lobby 1

    The CAFE standard quickly is becoming a carbon-dioxide emissions rule. The fastest way to cut CO2 emissions is to reduce the amount of carbon in fuel, through ethanol blends. Auto makers need to craft a strategy that puts the onus on the oil industry to carry the load....More
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