Key European Parliament committees drafting the fine print of the proposed European Union cap on carbon-dioxide emissions for passenger cars are clashing over obligations it may impose on the auto industry. Members of the EP’s environment committee last week voted to make the cap’s rules tougher than those proposed by the European Commission. This follows amendments tabled by the EP’s industry committee, which were generally designed to give auto makers a break. The ruling plenary of the ...
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