BRUSSELS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Several members of the European Commission entered dissenting statements on Wednesday's decision to propose steep fines on carmakers that fail to meet carbon dioxide emissions limits by 2012, a Commission spokesman said. Chief Commission spokesman Johannes Laitenberger said the decision had been taken without a vote but acknowledged that Vice President Guenter Verheugen and several other members of the European Union executive had voiced concerns. "These will ...
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