BERLIN, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Germany's Economy Ministry said on Thursday it did not support a draft law proposed by the Justice Ministry that would safeguard strong labour and state influence at Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen . "We cannot agree to the draft in its current form," said a spokeswoman for the ministry, declining to give any reason. (Reporting by Gernot Heller)
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