Court Lifts Ban on Mercedes Sales in France

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PARIS, May 5 (Reuters) - France's top administrative court has overturned the French government's decision last year to ban the sale of certain Mercedes vehicles in a dispute over air-conditioning coolant. Monday's decision by France's Conseil d'Etat cements the temporary injunction it granted in August to end a two-month freeze on sales of the German carmaker's A-Class, B-Class, CLA and SL models after parent Daimler refused to stop using the R134a coolant that is ...

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