EU Ministers Side With Germany in Blocking Auto-Emissions Law

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* Compromise agreement was reached in June * Most EU carmakers and member states happy with rules * Delay could be long as EU institutions change next year By Barbara Lewis LUXEMBOURG, Oct 14 (Reuters) - European Union environment ministers on Monday agreed to German demands to scrap an agreement to cap EU car emissions that Berlin argued would cost jobs and damage its premium auto makers. After months of forceful lobbying from Germany, the ministers from the 28 EU member states ...

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