EU gives members time to meet air pollution limits


By James Mackenzie BERLIN, March 31 (Reuters) - EU Industry Commissioner Guenter Verheugen said on Thursday member states would be given time to enforce new air pollution rules after two German cities said this week they had breached the limits. "The Commission won't start swinging the big stick and talking about treaty breaches straight away. We'll look at the experience of the first year and then we'll have to decide," Verheugen told German television. Several European cities are ...

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