FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2012 file photo an Emirates A380 plane is mirrored at the entrance of Airbus in Hamburg, Germany. European officials signaled Monday Sept. 10, 2012 that they may recommend the suspension of the continent's carbon emission fees for airlines to avert a trade war with major economic powers such as China and the United States, allowing time to forge a global agreement on climate charges for the aviation industry. With Airbus, a big European employer, warning of serious commercial consequences if ETS comes into force, officials stressed the need to act fast. (AP Photo/dapd, Philipp Guelland, File)

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FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2012 file photo an Emirates A380 plane is mirrored at the entrance of Airbus in Hamburg, Germany.  European officials signaled Monday Sept. 10, 2012  that they may recommend the suspension of the continent's carbon emission fees for airlines to avert a trade war with major economic powers such as China and the United States, allowing time to forge a global agreement on climate charges for the aviation industry. With Airbus, a big European employer, warning of serious commercial consequences if ETS comes into force, officials stressed the need to act fast.  (AP Photo/dapd, Philipp Guelland, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2012 file photo an Emirates A380 plane is mirrored at the entrance of Airbus in Hamburg, Germany. European officials signaled Monday Sept. 10, 2012 that they may recommend the suspension of the continent's carbon emission fees for airlines to avert a trade war with major economic powers such as China and the United States, allowing time to forge a global agreement on climate charges for the aviation industry. With Airbus, a big European employer, warning of serious commercial consequences if ETS comes into force, officials stressed the need to act fast. (AP Photo/dapd, Philipp Guelland, File)
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