Competing options for EC curbs on CO<SUB>2</SUB> emissions from cars

Proposals for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from cars have been tabled for discussion at EC level by France, Italy and ACEA, the European car manufacturers' federation. They will now compete with ideas put forward last year by the UK and Germany, suggesting that there is little prospect of the Community meeting its deadline of legislating on the issue by the end of 1992.


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