Europe sets fuel-efficiency target for vans

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BRUSSELS, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Europe set itself new fuel-efficiency targets for vans on Monday, aiming to cut fuel bills for small businesses and curb emissions of gases blamed for climate change. Berlin initially resisted the measures, forcing a slight weakening of the strategy to make it easier for its big automakers Mercededs and Volkswagen . Environment ministers meeting in Brussels endorsed a deal to cut carbon dioxide emissions from vans by around 14 percent to an average of 175 ...

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