Fleet limits: Stricter targets cause dispute in committee

The dispute over the tightening of CO2 limits for passenger cars and vans had been looming: During the presentation of the plans by Dutch rapporteur Jan Huitema (Renew), the partly massive conflicts broke out on Thursday. In particular, Jens Gieseke, transport policy spokesman for the CDU/CSU in the EU Parliament, left no good marks on the draft report during the debate in the Environment Committee and stated that he no longer even saw a basis for further cooperation in it.

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