New EU cars emit less, more progress needed -data


* Daimler, other large manufacturers still need to cut carbon * Overall emissions fell nearly 4 pct in 2010 * New CO2 targets to be phased in from 2012 BRUSSELS, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Carbon emissions from cars in the European Union have dropped overall, although some carmakers could face fines totalling 10 billion euros ($13 billion) if they fail to meet targets in five years, official figures showed on Tuesday. Average emissions from new cars in the EU fell by nearly 4 percent in 2010 from ...

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