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Ban on gas and diesel cars gains momentum in Germany

The sale of gasoline- and diesel-powered cars in Germany may end up being prohibited as early as 2030, if guidelines set out in a resolution passed by the German upper house are adopted. The resolution, though non-binding, also urges the European Commission to implement the ban across the European Union, as well as “review the current...
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