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Volkswagen pollution scandal may backfire on diesel

Carmaker cheating on emissions test sharpens focus on the fuel's risks
Saturday, September 26, 2015 - 05:50

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COME CLEAN: The Volkswagen scandal erupted three weeks after the launch of new European anti-pollution standards known as Euro 6, which introduced stricter limits on NOx, or nitrogen oxides.

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GERMAN giant Volkswagen's worldwide pollution cheating scandal threatens to backfire on diesel, the fuel that powers most new cars in Europe and is defended by manufacturers as a vital means to curb global warming.

Diesel spews out less heat-trapping carbon dioxide than

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