ANALYSIS-Battle over EU car emissions takes greener path


By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - A key European Union vote on curbing tailpipe emissions from cars ended in chaos last week, but a consensus is now emerging in favour of swiftly enforced limits and tight controls on potential loopholes. The lawmakers who will swing any further vote say they want a carbon dioxide limit as soon as possible and rules that spur car makers to innovate, without opening loopholes for inaction. The EU's executive Commission has proposed cutting ...

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