BRUSSELS, March 28 (Reuters) - Portugal has become the first country to meet Europe Union fuel-efficiency goals for cars, and Japan's Toyota is the brand that is closest to meeting the same target across Europe, a report showed on Monday. The EU, home to 500 million people, has set a target for cutting average emissions from new cars to 130 grams of CO2 per km by 2015. Manufacturers have driven down average emissions from new vehicles to 140.9 grams in 2010, down from 145.8 grams in ...
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