MUNICH, Dec 19 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's biggest premium carmaker, slammed European Commission proposals for curbing carbon dioxide emissions from cars as "naive" steps that distort the market and favour makers of smaller autos. "Premium manufacturers are being disproportionately burdened and makers of small cars have to do little," a company spokesman said on Wednesday, adding the proposals from Brussels were "naive in relation to the environmental goals". The only good thing about ...
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