* Argument fierce over implementation of 2020 standards * US industry looking to 2025, innovation takes years * Campaigners say 60 g/km is a realistic 2025 goal BRUSSELS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - The European Union needs a leap in the number of electric and hybrid cars on the road over the next decade to succeed in cutting auto carbon emissions significantly by 2025, a British consulting firm found. The study by Ricardo-AEA will stoke ...
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