While admitting that the Supreme Court ban on diesel SUVs and cars with engines above 2,000 cc has to be complied with, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Managing Director Naomi Ishii said that such a step was focusing only on a small segment of vehicles that contributed only "0.2 percent to overall pollution" as a result of which the company has put on hold temporarily its product launch programmes in India.

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While stressing that moving to Euro VI was a step in the right direction, he, however said the time period to implement is too short for all models to comply with the norms and many manufacturers may have to drop a number of existing models.

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"Even though we have been complying with regulations, due to such kind of sudden changes we may have to give up certain business and that will create distrust from global companies and (increase) uncertainty about India. Because for investors, stability is a must for them to keep investing," Ishii said here on the sidelines of the Auto Expo.

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