PARIS, March 31 (Reuters) - Luxembourg should raise car fuel prices to discourage "gas pump tourism" by motorists from nearby countries and combat a rapid rise in carbon dioxide emissions, the OECD said on Wednesday. In an unusually frank statement on its environmental record, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said Luxembourg produced as much greenhouse gases in 2007 as in 1990 despite a goal of reducing that output by 28 percent. Luxembourg was one of the ...
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