By Tom Brown PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Leaders of the world's automotive industry were gathering on Friday in what some were calling an unprecedented summit meeting on the sidelines of the Paris auto show to discuss regulatory and environmental issues. Industry sources said the meeting -- dubbed by some as the "CEO Summit" -- included chief executives of dozens of automakers and their suppliers and was focusing on public policy matters, including better ways to develop advanced car ...
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