By Robin Pomeroy BRUSSELS, June 23 (Reuters) - Automakers will have to redesign the way they cool their cars under new European Union rules aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from vehicle air conditioners, the EU car sector body said on Monday. The air conditioning proposal is the latest in a string of environmental curbs the European Commission has imposed on the car industry which include tough rules on recycling scrap vehicles and continuously increasing fuel efficiency. Now ...
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