Merkel says Germany blocked EU car emission law to save jobs

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* Vote on new carbon limits postponed at Germany's behest * Berlin seen trying to stall decisions until after election * Similar delays to EU banking union rules, Turkey talks BRUSSELS, June 28 (Reuters) - Germany blocked a deal on tougher carbon emission limits on new cars sold in the European Union to protect jobs in its powerful auto sector, Chancellor Angela Merkel confirmed on Friday. EU officials say Merkel, who faces ...

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