By David Ljunggren FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, Jan 27 (Reuters) - The two Canadian ministers negotiating with car makers over cuts in emissions are split on what to do, with one favoring binding restrictions and the other saying he wants the talks to continue. Ottawa says that by 2010 it wants car makers to cut emissions by 25 percent from 1995 levels. But major automobile manufacturers say it would be hard to introduce new technologies at such short notice to meet Ottawa's demands and ...
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