EU probes state aid to Polish car maker FSO


BRUSSELS, Jan 19 (Reuters) - The European Commission launched a probe on Wednesday into suspected illegal state aid Poland wants to grant ailing car maker FSO. The European Union executive said Polish government plans to give Fabryka Samochodow Osobowych SA (FSO), a former subsidiary of South Korea's Daewoo Motors, some 135 million euros ($176.4 million) in aid could be incompatible with EU competition rules. "In particular, it (the Commission) has doubts that the measures of the ...

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