(recasts, adds quotes, background) BRUSSELS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The European Commission rejected on Monday a warning from Germany's powerful automobile industry that imposing binding curbs on car exhaust emissions could destroy jobs in Europe. But in a sign of continuing fierce wrangling between the environmental and industry lobbies, a spokesman for the European Union executive declined to give any new date for proposing legislation to limit carbon dioxide emissions from cars after it ...
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