BRUSSELS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Monday it could not give a new date for proposing legislation to curb carbon dioxide emissions from cars after it postponed a decision last week amid fierce disputes between the environmental and industry lobbies. "We are not driven by a day or two, or by a week or two, but by the urge to get this right," Commission spokesman Johannes Laitenberger said when pressed to say when the delayed proposals would be adopted. He rejected ...
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