By Hendrik Sackmann FRANKFURT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Mercedes-Benz has this year achieved a step forward in reducing the levels of carbon dioxide emitted by its cars, as it seeks to catch up to 'greener' rivals such as BMW and Audi and meet EU requirements, its research chief said. "We believe that the average CO2 emissions from our fleet in Europe will drop to 150 grams per kilometre (in 2011)," Thomas Weber told Reuters in an interview. He said this was around 8 grams less than in 2010, ...
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