Japan bends slightly on fuel rules

Stoffer, Harry
January 2001
Automotive News;1/29/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5913, p72
Trade Publication
Reports on the agreement between American and Japanese negotiators to allow companies that import vehicles into Japan to shift some fuel economy credit from their vehicles that exceed standards to ones that miss targets. Finding that concession is short of the full fleet averaging used by the Corporate Average Fuel Economy program.


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