The European Parliament’s environment committee is backing the European Commission in pressing the region’s automobile industry to abide by mandatory carbon dioxide-emissions limits. In an important political move regarding controversial proposals made by the European Union earlier this year, the Parliament’s committee calls for CO2 emissions from passenger cars to be capped at an average 120 g/km starting in 2012. The EC in February said it planned to propose next year that CO2 ...

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