* EU eyes CO2 curbs for motorcycles as tackles transport * Industry welcomes carbon labelling, level playing field By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Motorcycle manufacturers face a clampdown on air pollution and climate-warming emissions in the European Union, and the industry says it is ready for pan-European rules. Climate officials of the 27-country bloc have put transport emissions at the top of their agenda for 2010 as the EU pursues its goal of cutting carbon dioxide ...
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