Germany regrets EU court move on VW law-Justice Ministry


BERLIN, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Germany's Justice Ministry regrets the European Commission's decision to take Germany to the EU's highest court again over the Volkswagen law, which effectively gives the state of Lower Saxony veto rights over the carmaker, a spokesman said on Thursday. "The German government believes ... that the European Court of Justice ruling from 2007 was implemented with a new version of the VW law in 2008," said a Justice Ministry spokesman, adding the government was ...

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