BRUSSELS, April 26 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Wednesday it had opened an in-depth probe into a planned grant for the Belgian unit of General Motors Corp. to see whether the money would comply with EU rules on state aid. The grant of 5.33 million euros ($6.62 million), which Belgium's Flemish region wishes to give the Antwerp-based unit, would be for supporting training, it said in a statement. "The Commission doubts that the aid incites the company to undertake ...
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