Italy minister joins Fiat in EU CO2 plan criticism


MILAN, June 30 (Reuters) - Italy's economic development minister joined Fiat in its criticism of the European Commission's initiative to reduce CO2 emissions from new vehicles, saying it unfairly penalised the makers of small cars. Claudio Scajola said on Monday the plan would instead reward the makers of big cars. "Its approval would not guarantee any significant benefit for the environment," he was quoted by Italian news agency Ansa as saying at an assembly of industrialists in the ...

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