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South Korea: Govt to regulate car emissions from 2012

South Korea's Ministry of Environment has said that the government will start regulating greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles, for the first time, starting in 2012. The transportation sector accounts for 16.2% of the country's total greenhouse gas emissions. According to a report carried by Yonhap News Agency, the government will enforce It’s time to log … Continued

South Korea's Ministry of Environment has said that the government will start regulating greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles, for the first time, starting in 2012. The transportation sector accounts for 16.2% of the country's total greenhouse gas emissions.

According to a report carried by Yonhap News Agency, the government will enforce

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