German industry braces as EU backs new car emissions rules


* European Parliament expected to vote in January * German industry body says standards toughest in the world * Campaigners say they are easily achievable BRUSSELS, Nov 29 (Reuters) - EU diplomats on Friday unanimously backed the world's toughest carbon dioxide emissions standards for new cars, which German carmakers said would be an enormous challenge. Diplomatic endorsement by all 28 EU member states followed an outline agreement ...


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