EU sees no option other than court over VW law


BRUSSELS, May 27 (Reuters) - The European Commission sees no other option than returning to court if Germany goes ahead with a revised law concerning control over carmaker Volkswagen , a spokesman for the EU executive said on Tuesday. "If it's going to look like it seems to be, then (there is) no other way than to go to court again," the spokesman told a regular briefing. "In other words, if the current situation is formalised, the Commission would have to see this as a non-respect of ...

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