BRUSSELS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Germany has withdrawn a 52 million euro aid package to car maker DaimlerChrysler , a European Union official said on Tuesday. The EU Commission, the bloc's executive arm which polices state aid, has ceased its probe into the aid following a notification from Germany that the package has been withdrawn, the official said. "After the Commission decided to open the state aid procedure on October 9 last year Germany decided to withdraw the notification," a ...
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