EU says sent Peugeot objections on sales practices


BRUSSELS, July 29 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Thursday it sent a formal statement of objections to French car maker Peugeot on sales practices which make it more consumers to buy cars across EU national borders. "That statement was sent about a month ago. It did not receive any publicity at the time but now we do confirm that action has been taken," said Commission spokesman Tilman Lueder. The Commission alleges that Peugeot refused to give the full range of bonuses to ...

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