Germany won't support EU auto CO2 emissions deal -sources


BERLIN, June 26 (Reuters) - Germany will not support a European Union compromise deal to enforce stricter rules on carbon dioxide emissions for all new EU automobiles from 2020, government sources told Reuters in Berlin on Wednesday. The sources said the deal would be too much of a burden on luxury German car makers like Daimler and BMW . The EU's outline agreement on implementing a target of 95 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre (g/km) still needs ...


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