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Backfire: Did Volkswagen’s Dieselgate ensure victory of Electric Cars?

By EurActiv.com | – – The ‘Dieselgate’ scandal will mark an important step towards phasing out the hundred-year-old internal combustion engine which doesn’t have a place in a modern, low-carbon transport system,…
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