By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - The European Commission faces a showdown between industrial and environmental champions on Wednesday over how to cut emissions of carbon dioxide from cars to fight climate change without harming European carmakers. At a meeting of senior EU officials on Tuesday night, supporters of Germany's heavy luxury car manufacturers won a longer phasing in period for fines on manufacturers who fail to meet mandatory limits on exhaust emissions of the main ...
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