BRUSSELS, May 28 (Reuters) - Car buyers have benefited from European Union rules that increased competition in auto sales and repairs, but the regulations may need updating, the Commission said on Wednesday. Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes is weighing what to do when the rules expire on May 31, 2010 and issued a report saying further change is in prospect. "Car owners might benefit from improvements in competition if less complex rules were to apply to the sector", the report said ...
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