EU Oversight of New-Car Rules Under Debate


* New rules are a response to VW scandal * Talks have dragged on for over two years * Germany balks at EU audits By Alissa de Carbonnel BRUSSELS, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Giving Brussels more supervision over national car regulators is a hurdle in talks this week to agree new EU rules after the Volkswagen scandal, with Germany and Italy opposed, according to EU documents and sources. The EU executive proposed rules giving it more powers, including to fine manufacturers directly, following the ...


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