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European Commission Claims That It Will Be “Getting Tough” On Air Pollution — Will It?

Recent years have seen air quality deteriorate throughout various parts of Europe, despite relatively strong air quality standards in the European Union. With that reality in mind, it was recently announced that the European Commission would begin a much stricter enforcement of the rules. Will it
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