AFTER removing lead from fuel, developing countries should concentrate on cutting sulphur content, a World Bank report - Reducing Air Pollution from Urban Transport - has proposed. Where sulphur is high, diesel fuel content should be cut to 500 ppm or lower, it said. The bank also wants better-designed road systems to cut congestion-linked pollution and related health problems. *

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