BERLIN, March 31 (Reuters) - The German government insisted on Wednesday that a law protecting car maker Volkswagen from takeover did not breach EU rules in the face of an ultimatum from the European Commission to scrap it. "The federal government regrets this decision because it has no doubt about the conformity of ... the Volkswagen law with European law," a justice ministry spokeswoman told a regular government news conference. "Above all, the government sees no breach of (EU rules ...
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