German marque signs an agreement to source from environmentally-approved suppliers
BMW has set a precedent for other car-makers by signing an agreement to source raw manufacturing materials for the cars it produces from environmentally ethical suppliers.
In a move that is likely to be followed by other brands, the German car-maker announced overnight that it has joined the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA).
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