Automakers in the European Union, Japan and South Korea have made progress in meeting a voluntary target of cutting carbon dioxide emissions from vehicles by 25 percent compared to 1995 levels, a senior European Union official said.

The agreement covers vehicles to be sold from 2008 in the EU.

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