BRUSSELS – An ongoing struggle by European Union auto makers over whether they should bear the burden of a carbon-dioxide emissions cap appears to be lost as the European Commission today issues proposed mandatory standards. The EC says such standards are needed for Europe to counter global warming and should be imposed on EU car companies in the form of binding legislation to take place no later than mid-2008. The measure limits CO2 emissions from new passenger cars to 120 grams per ...

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