Norway mulls ban on conventional cars

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Finance minister backs plan that would see all new fossil fuel-powered cars off roads from 2015

Norway is considering a radical way to cut emissions from road transport – a complete ban on fossil fuel-powered cars. While the UK considers plans for an electric car incentive scheme and the US mulls...

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