The European Commission is threatening Germany with stiff, daily fines because of its failure to satisfactorily reform shareholder rules regarding Volkswagen AG. The commission already has secured a European Court of Justice ruling that the special position granted to public authorities within the privatized auto giant’s board and shareholdings break European Union law. However, since the court ordered these rights be abolished, the German government has failed to act, the Commission ...
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