BERLIN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement accused the EU Commission of putting "enormous burdens" on German industry with rules governing the car sector, and said he hoped the new Commission would focus more on boosting growth. Clement told Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper he saw a real threat to European industry as the Commission had failed to pay enough attention to Europe's competitiveness when proposing laws to protect consumers and the environment. "I hope ...
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