EAMA

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AcronymDefinition
EAMAEtats Africains et Malgache Associés (French: Associates African States and the Malagasy)
EAMAEast Anglian Motor Auctions (UK)
EAMAEuropean Academy for Medicine of Ageing
EAMAEngineering and Machinery Alliance (UK)
EAMAEmerging Applications and Many-Core Architecture (workshop)
EAMAEuropean American Musical Alliance (New York, NY)
EAMAEuropean Asset Management Association
EAMAÉcole d'Arts Martiaux des Alpilles (French martial arts school)
EAMAEuropean Automobile Manufacturers Association
EAMAEgyptian Automobile Manufacturers Association
EAMAEuropean Academy of Music and Art (Florida)
EAMAExpiratory Abdominal Muscle Activity (sleep apnea research)
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1 percent to 1,067,840, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association said.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association reports that 43 percent of all light vehicles sold across the pond come with diesel engines.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (Acea) said it was worried that such a package of measures could disrupt the entire distribution system, with no clear advantages over time for the consumer.
The World-Wide Fuel Charter Committee, which is composed of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, the Engine Manufacturers Association and the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association, states emphatically that "sulfur levels of both gasoline and diesel must be addressed to enable future motor vehicle technologies to meet these new requirements.
9% from a year earlier, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said Thursday.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association committed in July 1998 to cut CO2 emissions by 25% by 2008 and reduce CO2 emissions from new cars to 140 grams per km.
The commission's voluntary agreement with the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) also means the European automakers will reduce CO2 emissions from new cars to 140 grams per kilometer from the present average of 186 grams per kilometer.
Diesel engine NOx emissions are the price paid to hit lower CO2 targets, says the European Automobile Manufacturers Association.
According to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, the increase registered in August on an EU scale reflected the ongoing recovery in the market and pursuing the upward trend commenced two years ago.
3 per cent in comparison to December 2012 to 906,294, thanks to a pick-up in sales in the region's biggest markets, such as Germany, Britain and Italy, the Brussels-based European Automobile Manufacturers Association said.
In an open letter to the European Union s 27 member states, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association last month urged Ashton not sign the agreement, saying its members would be hammered under the terms negotiated.
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