NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's biggest premium carmaker, is producing more environmentally friendly cars, which may help it avoid criticism that luxury cars produce too many emissions, Barron's said in its Sept. 24 edition. Worries over the rise of the Earth's average temperature is threatening to lead governments to impose stringent and costly emission curbs as well as higher taxes on cars that pollute more, the financial newspaper said. Barron's also said BMW would in ...
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