European Parliament backs diesel deal that will allow cars to exceed official pollution limits

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European Parliament backs diesel deal that will allow cars to exceed official pollution limits

New plans introduce on-road testing for new diesel cars but allow carmakers significant emission margin

EU lawmakers have passed a compromise deal on emissions testing rules which backs on-road emissions tests, but allows carmakers to emit double the amount of harmful pollutant nitrogen oxide (NoX) than...

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