(Corrects spelling of "Germany" in headline) (Adds quotes) BERLIN, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Germany said on Wednesday that European Commission proposals to force down emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) by cars were "wrong" and "harmful" as they put a one-sided burden on German makers of larger cars. Government spokesman Thomas Steg told a news conference that Germany believed all carmakers in the European Union should contribute to meeting CO2 reduction targets. "Whatever motive led a ...
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