By Frank Pingue TORONTO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Canada's plan to adopt strict auto emission standards similar to California's, which are the toughest in North America, will do nothing more than increase costs to the public, with little environmental benefit, an auto industry group said on Friday. Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association president Mark Nantais feels the current voluntary deal has worked well to meet targets and keep costs under control. The current emissions agreement ...
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