* Deal weakened after German lobbying * EU member states expected to sign off law soon * European Commission working on post-2020 standards STRASBOURG, France, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Members of the European Parliament voted through the world's toughest carbon dioxide standards for new cars on Tuesday, prompting a cautious welcome from environmental campaigners. The new rules set a limit of 95 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre (g/km) as an average across all new cars sold in the EU, ...
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