BRUSSELS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Thursday it is confident of winning its battle to scrap a golden share in German carmaker Volkswagen following a court ruling that such stakes were illegal. "We are absolutely confident that this case will go in the way that is favourable to the opinion of the European Commission," Oliver Drewes, spokesman for the European Union's executive arm, told a news briefing. On Thursday, the European Court of Justice said the Dutch ...
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