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EU Member States Weaken Proposal Setting New Emission Standards for Cars and Vans

  • EU member countries have adopted a watered-down deal on curbing car emissions, which is less ambitious than the plan proposed by the European Commission.
  • The decision has drawn mixed reactions, with the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association cautiously welcoming it, while clean transport advocates consider it a disappointment.
  • The deal leaves the Euro 6 norms on emissions and test limits for personal cars and light utility vehicles unchanged, but it does call for a tighter threshold on heavy vehicles.
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