The European Commission is poised to propose that European Union-manufactured cars must emit a maximum of 130g/km of carbon dioxide by 2012. The Commission’s ruling “college” will meet tomorrow (Feb. 7), and its Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas already is stating publicly that EU ministers and the European Parliament will be asked to approve a compulsory cap. This follows an intense political struggle between Dimas, of Greece, and EU Industry Commissioner Gunter Verheugen, of ...

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