MILAN, April 23 (Reuters) - Europe's car industry should give a united response to European Union requests for plans to curb emissions even if producers of smaller cars found the limits easier to meet, the head of the industry body ACEA said. "The industry must stick together with a common response to Brussels...There's a tendency on the part of producers of smaller cars to deviate simply because they may find it easier to deal with," Sergio Marchionne, who is also chief executive officer ...
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