The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on October 18 dismissed a case over a 2012 Environmental Protection Agency decision to allow Navistar Inc. to pay nonconformance penalties for diesel engines for nitrogen oxide standards. Several automobile groups filed a suit against the agency, asking the court to retroactively void the certificates which had expired in December. The court determined that the issue was moot.
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