BERLIN, Jan 30 (Reuters) - European Union President Germany said on Tuesday it would resist any attempts from the European Commission to impose a general cap on auto emissions which would apply to all cars. Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a speech to economists she regretted that voluntary targets were not being met. "But we must not let the result of that be to impose a general obligation for all cars to be subject to the same measure," she said. (Berlin Newsroom, +49 30 2888 5230, ...
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