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In Europe, Diesel Falls Slowly Out Of Favor

New Volkswagen beside fuel tankers in Munich (Photo: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg) Car owners in Europe slowly shake their addiction to diesel. Across Western Europe, diesel demand dropped to 47.9% of all newly registered in September. After falling 2.7% in August, “the year-on-year decline in September was just 1.4 points,” writes LMC, which [...]
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