BRUSSELS, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Thursday it was taking Poland to court over road tests that imported second-hand cars must pass before they can be registered in the country. The roadworthiness tests are more expensive for second-hand imported cars than for used cars already in Poland. "The Commission considers that the Polish measure is not justified since it is neither necessary nor proportionate to the objectives claimed by the Polish authorities -- the ...
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