Transport to remain big polluter under new EU plan


* EU transport chief launches new 2050 strategy * 60 pct cut in CO2 planned by 2050, but no early action * Oil-fuelled motor cars could be eliminated from EU cities * Refineries and airports happy with unconstrained mobility By Pete Harrison and Eva Dou BRUSSELS, March 28 (Reuters) - Europe's transport chief called for a shift away from fossil fuels on Monday to cut greenhouse gas emissions and protect the economy from oil price spikes, but critics said his strategy lacked ...

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