Japan removing zero-emission vehicle target from G7

The Japanese car sector has decided to drop an objective from a G7 communique as per a proposed draught after receiving criticism from green investors over their delayed adoption of zero-emission vehicles. This may make the climate change discussion at the leaders’ conference in Germany less complicated.

Following developments are some of the most notable ones:

  • The CEO of Tokyo Motor Corp. urged the Japanese government to boost hybrid vehicles
  • Elimination of the goal of at least 50% zero-emission vehicles by 2030
  • The objective is to boost the share, sale, and utilization of zero-emission automobiles

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