By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Car makers are not doing enough to meet the European Union's proposed targets for cutting carbon dioxide emissions, with several Japanese car brands facing the biggest challenge to make the grade, a report said on Tuesday. Overall, car makers will have to cut CO2 emissions by 17 percent to reach the proposed goals for 2012, the report by environment group T&E said. French and Italian car makers are furthest along that road, while ...
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