* Carmakers have main responsibility for dealing with crisis * State aid is temporary, targeted * Protectionist measures will only deepen crisis BRUSSELS, Feb 25 (Reuters) - The European Commission reaffirmed on Wednesday that auto makers must first address the downturn themselves and that any government help should be temporary and adhere to the bloc's state aid rules. France this month sparked a debate about protectionism by offering a 6-billion-euro ($7.69 billion) state loan to ...
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