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  • Jun 4, 2014

    Could Carbon Capture Improve CAFE?

    A recent paper shows even a modest on-board carbon-capture system could produce significant corporate average fuel economy improvements for any automaker....More
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    Court Lifts Ban on Mercedes Sales in France  

    France's top administrative court says country's ecology minister could not justify the 2-month-long ban on sales of certain Mercedes models using an air-conditioning coolant the European Union is phasing out....More
  • Newswire

    Drop in European Auto Emissions Exaggerated, Critics Say  

    Although automakers have reached the target of cutting emissions to an average 127 gm/k two years ahead of a 2015 deadline, critics say the test results do not reflect real-world driving conditions....More
  • Apr 15, 2014

    Taiwanese Market: Car Vs. Scooter

    The Taiwanese government is pushing scooters with cleaner-burning engines that sell for as little as NT$50,000 ($1,659), and a small number of electric scooters can be had for similar money after government subsidies are factored in....More
  • Newswire

    Hangzhou Latest Chinese City to Curtail Car Sales  

    The Eastern China city proposes limiting sales to 80,000 units every 12 months, with a final decision on the details to be released at the end of April....More
  • Newswire

    CORRECTED-Chinese cities open up green car markets as government battles pollution  

    (Corrects name of consultancy IHS Automotive in the 15th paragraph) * Shanghai relaxes conditions favouring local e-car makers * Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai list cars eligible for subsidies * Government targets 500,000 EVs by 2015 from 50,000 now By Samuel Shen and Kazunori Takada...More
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