Germany Shows No Sign of Bending on EU Car Emissions Law

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* Compromise agreement was reached in June * Most EU carmakers and member states happy with rules * Delay could be long as EU institutions change next year By Barbara Lewis LUXEMBOURG, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Germany showed no sign of backing down in its campaign to block European rules on capping car emissions which it argues would cost jobs and damage its premium auto makers, as EU environment ministers met to debate the topic on Monday. The European Union reached a deal in June to ...

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