* French panel proposes CO2 tax by 2010 * Government wants to compensate households, businesses * Panel head says complex plan may need to be delayed By Sophie Hardach and Anna Willard PARIS, July 28 (Reuters) - France should aim to introduce a tax on carbon dioxide emissions by 2010 to help fight global climate change, a panel advising the government said on Tuesday. The plan has already drawn fire from intensive fuel users such as farmers and fishermen, and the government pledged ...
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