BERLIN, March 30 (Reuters) - Germany's government promised on Wednesday to present draft legislation before the summer to speed the introduction of diesel engine particle filters after air pollution levels in two major cities broke new EU limits. The government had said in February it planned to propose tax breaks to people buying cars fitted with diesel filters or adapting older vehicles, but did not put a timetable on any law after some of Germany's 16 states rejected the idea. "The ...
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