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Published: Friday 27 September, 2013

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The new measures were denounced by environmentalists as a climbdown to the demands of the automotive industry and by the designer wear sale car industry itself.



Trade Commissioner Gunther Verheugen said the decision to go for a higher limit of 130 grams of CO2 per km for cars by 2012 was done to protect UK and Spanish manufacturers of small to medium sized cars.



Buyers of luxury German cars were less concerned about a price increase of a couple of thousand euro and less at risk from nonEU competitors, said Germanys Commissioner.



He said the new limits would be the most ambitious attempt to cut down car pollution and greenhouse gases anywhere in the world. It was not possible to have the cleanest car standards in the world without an impact on the cost, he said.



The Commissioner also said he did not believe Japanese hybrid cars were yet as good as European diesel vehicles.



Chief Executive of the UKs Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Christopher MacGowan, said his industry was already producing cars that met the new greener standard but buyers dont want them.



We have also already produced and brought to market cars that can meet the 120g/km limit the problem is that motorists do not buy them, he said.



We see serious difficulties ahead, he added.



It was not possible to have the cleanest car standards in the world without an impact on the cost



Not only will the choice of cars be reduced by these measures if we are to meet the limits, but independent estimates place a projected increase in the region of ?3,750 to the sale price of each new car, he said.



Sergio Marchionne, Chief Executive of Fiat and spokesman for the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, said the Commission proposals would force car production out of the European Union altogether.



Putting the burden mainly on the car industry is the most expensive and least costeffective method possible.



In further moves by the EU to protect the environment, releasing toxic chemicals, dumping hazardous waste and other serious green crimes would be punished by up to 10 years in prison and a ?1.5m fine under a plan to be launched tomorrow.



The controversial EU proposal would create a new level playing field under which those responsible for some of the worst cases of pollution would face severe punishment in any of the blocs 27 nations.



The plan is likely to provoke opposition from several national capitals because some governments jealously defend their right to determine tariffs for criminal offences.



But designer wear sale Franco Frattini, European Commissioner for Justice and Home Affairs, believes that the public is so concerned about damage to the environment that the measure will be popular across the continent. designer wear sale

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