BERLIN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Michael Glos on Sunday attacked possible European Union plans to cap carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from cars. Some in the European Commission, including President Jose Manuel Barroso and Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas, want new laws to cut CO2 emissions from cars to achieve targets of 120 grams per kilometer by 2012. Others in the Commission disagree about how to achieve the goals. A lot is at stake for Germany, home to big car ...
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