German industry to hold ‘diesel summit’ on car emissions

German industry to hold ‘diesel summit’ on car emissions

German industry to hold ‘diesel summit’ on car emissions

Written by Staff Writer

02 Aug, 2017 | 4:56 pm

Germany’s car makers are expected to agree a plan to cut harmful diesel emissions, at a summit with top politicians in Berlin.

The industry is under huge pressure to help curb air pollution, after the diesel emissions scandal, which exposed cheating to manipulate test readings.

When more than a dozen German ministers and state premiers meet with the CEOs of the country’s auto giants Wednesday, their official goal will be to come up with a way of reducing harmful emissions of nitrogen oxide and other pollutants from diesel cars, thereby preventing bans on combustion-engine vehicles in cities.

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