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Four automakers, California strike compromise on vehicle emissions

Reuters Thursday, 25 July 2019
Ford Motor Co, BMW AG, Volkswagen AG and Honda Motor Co said on Thursday they have reached a voluntary agreement with the state of California to adopt compromise vehicle emissions rules.
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Ford Motor Co, BMW AG, Volkswagen AG and Honda Motor Co reached an agreement with California. The companies agreed to recognize California’s legal authority to set vehicle emissions rules. The agreement goes against the White House’s plan to not give the state the right to do that. According to...

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