By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The European Commission will take a fiercely contested decision on Wednesday on how to share out the burden of cutting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions among Europe's carmakers, with big industrial interests at stake. Germany, whose manufacturers specialise in heavy luxury cars, is lobbying to put more of the onus for achieving cuts in the main greenhouse gas blamed for global warming on smaller cars, produced mainly by France and Italy. Within ...
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