By Jeff Mason LUXEMBOURG, June 27 (Reuters) - European Union environment ministers backed measures to improve Europe's air quality on Tuesday but were rebuffed in their calls to speed up proposals for more stringent vehicle emissions standards. EU ministers gave preliminary approval to draft rules by the executive European Commission that seek to bring the EU up to par with the United States in capping emissions of particulates, or fine dust, in the air. But EU Industry Commissioner ...
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