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Diesel cars can be banned from German cities, court rules
by Markus Wacket and Ilona Wissenbach
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27 February 2018
On 27 February 2018 Reuters reported:
German cities can ban the most heavily polluting diesel cars from their streets, a court ruled on Tuesday (27 February), a move that could accelerate a shift away from the combustion engine and force manufacturers to pay to improve exhaust systems. After the ruling, the northern city of Hamburg said it would start to implement limits on diesel vehicles from the end of April.
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Paris, Madrid, Mexico City, and Athens have said they plan to ban diesel vehicles from city centers by 2025, while the mayor of Copenhagen wants to ban new diesel cars from entering the city as soon as next year. France and Britain will ban new petrol and diesel cars by 2040.
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