BRUSSELS, Nov 27 (Reuters) - European Internal Markets Commissioner Frits Bolkestein said on Thursday he was unhappy with the German government's defense of a law, which the Commission says shields Volkswagen AG from foreign bids. Bolkestein added the Commission was considering taking fresh legal action against the German government, but gave no time frame. "I can tell you that I am not satisfied with the reply the European Commission has recieved from Germany (on the VW law)," he said ...
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