MILAN, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Faced with the prospect of paying billions of euros in fines for CO2 emissions, car makers plan to renew their call to the European Commission to improve roads and public transport to help them meet proposed limits on CO2. The association that represents the world's car makers said it will hold a news conference at the Geneva autoshow next Wednesday to repeat their demands. The executive body of the European Union has drafted tough legislation to reduce ...
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