France says to pursue Mercedes sales ban

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PARIS, July 26 (Reuters) - The French government will take formal steps to block registrations of Mercedes models using a banned air-conditioning refrigerant, it said in a statement on Friday. The announcement came a day after an administrative court gave officials 10 days to re-examine a previous ban. Mercedes parent Daimler had contested the suspension, citing procedural errors. French authorities have halted registrations of Mercedes A-Class, B-Class and SL ...

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