* German car makers have safety concerns * EU has previously delayed enforcement of the law BRUSSELS, Feb 11 (Reuters) - The European Commission sees "no grounds" to give German vehicle makers more time to comply with EU law requiring a less polluting coolant to be used in vehicle air-conditioning, a letter seen by Reuters said, despite safety concerns. From Jan. 1, EU law has demanded the phase-in of a refrigerant with a relatively low level of ...
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