LONDON – The European automotive industry is keeping a close eye on the European Commission, where a heavyweight political struggle is being staged over whether mandatory carbon dioxide caps should be imposed on auto makers. An announcement is expected this week. At the heart of the dispute is an argument over whether car companies should shoulder the burden of reducing CO2 emissions from new vehicles or whether fuel suppliers, tire and other components suppliers, and even consumers, ...

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