BERLIN, March 26 (Reuters) - The European Commission has informed the German government that changes to its car tax regime are at odds with EU rules, according to German daily Handelsblatt. The newspaper, quoting from a letter it said was sent by European Industry Commissioner Guenter Verheugen to German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck, said Brussels objected to Berlin's decision to exclude certain diesel vehicles from taxes and not others. The letter demands that Germany make changes ...
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