EU may move against Germany over VW law-source


BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The European Commission may next week decide to start legal action against a German law, which grants special controlling rights over carmaker Volkswagen , a European Union source said on Wednesday. "It is possible that it (the Volkswagen law) will be on (the Commission's agenda) next week," the source said. The EU executive has argued that the law, which imposes voting caps of 20 percent of capital to shareholders, is a barrier to freedom of investment and ...

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