Four countries urge EU to set end date for new CO2-emitting trucks

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By Kate Abnett BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Luxembourg have urged the European Union to fix a date by which new trucks and buses sold in Europe must have zero carbon dioxide emissions. The European Commission is set to propose tougher CO2 standards next month for heavy goods vehicles to comply with the bloc’s climate change goals. It has already set more ambitious targets for cars, including a 2035 deadline for all new cars sold in Europe to have zero CO2 emissions. Next month’s EU proposal should set a 100% zero emissions target for heavy duty vehicles, the four …

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