FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Politicians on both sides of Germany's ruling conservative-SPD coalition want to safeguard union rights at carmaker Volkswagen despite a court decision overturning a law shielding it from takeover, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported on Sunday. The European Union's highest court this month ruled the law broke EU rules on the free flow of capital as it capped voting rights at 20 percent and let VW's home state of Lower Saxony veto strategic ...
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