Nov 27 (Reuters) - The European Commission launched a series of legal actions against European Union states on Thursday for what it called failures to abide by EU laws, ranging from a refusal to scrap the "VW Law" to ordering that Greece stop restricting foreign investment in some companies. Below are some of the steps taken and an explanation of the process. THE PROCEDURE The Commission, executive arm of the EU, starts an infringement procedure by sending a "letter of formal notice" ...
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