HAMBURG, Germany, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , Europe's biggest automaker, criticised European Commission proposals for curbing carbon dioxide emissions from cars on Wednesday as unfair to German manufacturers. "We would have wished for rules that were fair, realistic and able to be implemented in time and which did not hit German manufacturers more than their European rivals," a company spokesman said. VW welcomed the EU's proposal to phase penalties in over four years, but added ...
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