PARIS – German auto makers are proposing the 2020 carbon-dioxide-emissions limit of 95 g/km be pushed to the equivalent of 105 g/km with some electric vehicle/hybrid bookkeeping. The VDA, the German car manufacturers group, tells the European Commission that by granting a bigger bonus to auto makers for sales of extremely low-emissions vehicles – so-called super-credits – auto makers would make more of them. At the same time, the bigger credit would let manufacturers ...

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