EU aims to put brake on truck emissions with new regulations

Will Nichols
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New strategy outlines plan to measure rising emissions from lorries, buses, and coaches ahead of legislative proposals next year

The EU has made early moves to limit emissions from lorries and other heavy duty vehicles, but the proposals were criticised by green groups for falling short of the mandated targets imposed on car manufacturers....

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