BERLIN, June 30 (Reuters) - The European Union still has much work to do before a collective deal on reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from cars is reached, EU Industry Commissioner Guenter Verheugen said on Monday. "We're still a long way from an agreement," Verheugen told reporters in Berlin. Earlier this month, Germany and France agreed to a European Commission goal of cutting average CO2 emissions from new cars, but Verheugen said other countries in the bloc would not just ...
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