LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - London Mayor Ken Livingstone will contest luxury car maker Porsche's threatened legal challenge over his plan to tax gas guzzling cars driving in the city centre, a mayoral spokeswoman said on Saturday. In launching its proposed challenge last week Porsche said the 25 pound ($50) daily charge was unfair, would not cut emissions of carbon dioxide and would deter businesses from moving to the city. "Porsche's claim that it is illegal for the Mayor to introduce this ...
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