Germany has complied with court ruling on "VW Law" -EU court adviser


LUXEMBOURG, May 29 (Reuters) - Germany has complied with a court ruling over a law dating back to 1960 that gives the state of Lower Saxony veto rights over carmaker Volkswagen , an adviser to Europe's highest court said on Wednesday. Advocate General Nils Wahl said in a written opinion on the case that the European Court of Justice should reject the Commission's argument that Germany be fined for infringing EU laws in the dispute. Wahl agreed with Germany that ...


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