BRUSSELS, June 23 (Reuters) - Car manufacturers need to step up efforts to meet their pledge to cut carbon dioxide pollution from vehicles by 2008, the European Commission said on Thursday. A report by the European Union executive said CO2 emissions from cars in the bloc fell by 11.8 percent between 1995 and 2003 in the 15 old member states, not enough to meet voluntary targets. "Major additional efforts will be required in the coming years in order to deliver the target to which the ...
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