(Adds background) BERLIN, Jan 30 (Reuters) - European Union President Germany said on Tuesday it would resist attempts from the European Commission to impose a general cap on auto emissions which would apply to all cars. Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a speech to economists and business leaders she regretted that voluntary carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions targets were not being met. "But we must not let the result of that be to impose a general obligation for all cars to be subject to ...
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