By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Italy stood by small car makers like Fiat on Friday, refusing to join France, Germany and Britain in a deal to cut carbon dioxide emissions. EU ambassadors agreed to phase in emission curbs to 2015, cementing a deal agreed by France and Germany in June, and they can now enter negotiations with the European Parliament to reach a final deal this year. But there was no agreement on how much to fine auto makers that fail to comply, after Rome ...
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