EU sees adding cars to emissions trading as tricky


BRUSSELS, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The European Commission is studying adding the automobile sector to the EU emissions trading scheme but does not envision requiring individual drivers to buy pollution permits, an official said on Tuesday. "We want to extend over time the emissions trading scheme to other sectors and other gases," said Peter Zapfel, policy officer at the Commission's environment directorate. "We see, however, I think at this stage more difficulties than easy solutions on how ...

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