EU countries agree on 35 percent CO2 reductions for vehicles by 2030

20 EU countries voted late Thursday night to reduce CO2 emissions from vehicles. Four voted against.

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EU countries have agreed to reduce CO2 emissions from vehicles by 35 percent by 2030 at the environment and climate minister's meeting in Luxembourg last Thursday.

The meeting lasted more than 13 hours, and shortly before midnight a compromise was reached. The biggest hurdle was how to reduce pollution without reducing the competitiveness of the business.

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