By Barbara Lewis and Laurence Frost BRUSSELS/PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Germany has enlisted French carmakers' support for a last-ditch bid to delay implementation of EU carbon dioxide limits by four years, government officials and diplomats said on Friday. Berlin wants to re-open and weaken draft car emissions rules agreed in June by introducing the phase-in period, under a proposal circulated by German diplomats and seen by Reuters. ...
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