BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU negotiators agreed new rules on Thursday that give Brussels the power to check up on national car approval authorities and set targets for emission checks in the aftermath of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany's transport minister said on Thursday that the European Union has no legal case against it over its policing of car emissions rules, ramping up a blame game between Brussels and EU nations after the Volk...
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU regulators proposed stricter tests on Wednesday on car fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions from late next year to plug loopholes highlighted by the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU nations backed measures to strengthen new on-road emissions tests on Tuesday to supplement laboratory-based ones, whose flaws were laid bare by the Volkswagen scandal.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU ministers on Monday agreed on new draft rules for approving cars, despite resistance from Germany, giving the European Commission the power to fine cheating manufacturers directly.