PARIS – Raising fuel taxes is the cheapest way to reduce carbon-dioxide (CO2) consumption, according to a new report delivered to transportation ministers in 41 European countries, but the political sensitivity of the subject means other ideas probably will be implemented first. The European government is on the verge of requiring a sort of corporate average fuel economy based on CO2 emissions per kilometer (0.6 miles), but a report to the individual transport ministers both inside and ...

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