(Adds details, background throughout) By Tom Brown PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Chief executives from 13 of the world's top automakers pledged on Friday to jointly press for global standards on car safety and environmental regulations, saying it would reduce emissions and cut costs. In a joint statement, issued after a meeting they touted as unprecedented, the CEOs said it was "critical" for them to work together on three main issues -- international harmonization of vehicle regulations, ...
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