EPA Denies Extension on Fuel Economy Standards

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Dec. 23, 2016—On Thursday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) told an automaker lobbyist group, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, that it will not extend the deadline for a review of strict fuel economy standards through the 2025 model year, according to a report by Automotive News.

This announcement indicates that the EPA will move forward to make the rules final before the Obama administration leaves office, according to the report.

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