By Gilles Castonguay TURIN, Italy, May 20 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat harshly criticised its bigger German peers on Tuesday for trying to put the onus on small car makers like itself to get their industry to meet proposed EU curbs on CO2 emissions. Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne described as "nonsense" their effort to get small car makers to carry more of the cost of conforming to these curbs and vowed to fight it. "This type of nonsense is clearly the result of political pressures ...
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