Largely overlooked in the brouhaha over tariffs, ACEA, the main European automakers’ group, has released reports that shed light on two big issues involving the European Union: auto trade with the world, not just the U.S., and the EU’s plan to cut carbon-dioxide emissions 30% by 2030. In the 2018-2019 edition of ACEA’s “The Automobile Industry Pocket Guide,” the association reports the U.S. was the major export destination for EU-built cars in 2017. This comes ...

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