By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The European Union's industry commissioner has urged the 25-nation bloc to set a "realistic unilateral" target for cutting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2020 and offer to go further if other nations join the drive. In a letter seen by Reuters on Friday, European Commission Vice-President Guenter Verheugen said the EU should also agree legally binding goals to increase renewable energy and bring cars for the first time into its emissions ...
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