FRANCE: Goal of 75g CO2 achievable: Valeo R&D

Warburton, Simon
July 2015
Aroq - Just-Auto.com (Global News);7/9/2015, p7
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The article reports that the aim of the government of France to lessen its carbon dioxide emission to 75 grams per 100 kilometers is achievable. Topics covered include the efforts of the country to adhere to the clean energy regulations of the European Commission. Also mentioned is the interest to address the problems caused by urbanization.


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