(Adds detail of commissioners' positions, ACEA spokeswoman) By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The European Commission will take a fiercely contested decision on Wednesday on how to share the burden of cutting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions among car makers, with Germany battling to defend its big luxury models. Germany, whose manufacturers such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz specialise in heavy, high-performance vehicles, is lobbying to put more of the onus for achieving cuts in ...
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