BRUSSELS, May 22 (Reuters) - The European Commission still expects Germany to scrap Lower Saxony's blocking minority stake in carmaker Volkswagen as required by an EU court ruling, a spokesman for the bloc's executive said on Thursday. "The Commission expects that all three provisions and therefore the blocking minority as well will be abolished in order to implement the court's judgment," a spokesman for EU Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy said. A German Justice Ministry ...
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