LUXEMBOURG, June 28 (Reuters) - European Union nations struggled on Thursday to lay out a plan for rules that would force steep cuts in car emissions without distorting competition between makers of bigger and smaller vehicles in the bloc. Environment ministers reaffirmed support for legislation to force carmakers to cut carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new cars to an average of 130 grams of CO2 per kilometre across the fleet by 2012 through improved engine technology. The use of ...
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