European lawmakers are under pressure to water down strict all-encompassing emissions rules after EU countries agreed on a compromise.
Coming into force in 2025 as part of the much-criticised Euro 7 regulations, the new proposals, presented by Spain this week, were seen as a fair alteration to the European Commission’s initial pitch to tighten emissions limits for non-CO2 pollutants, such as nitrogen oxide (from brakes and tyres) and carbon monoxide.

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EU Countries Band Together To Loosen Strict Euro 7 Emissions Regulations

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