BRUSSELS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - European Union regulators gave approval on Friday for private equity firm Triton to buy German auto parts dealer Europart Holding GmbH. The Commission, which acts as competition regulator in the 27-member EU, said the deal did not pose problems for customers, who would still have sufficient alternative sources of supply.
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