BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - The European Union's executive arm took legal action on Thursday against five member states for making it difficult to import second-hand cars, saying this distorts EU rules on the free movement of goods. The European Commission said that in Luxembourg importing a second-hand car is more complicated and requires more paperwork than buying a similar car in the Grand Duchy. The executive also took steps against the Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, and Hungary ...
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