LONDON – Europe’s auto makers are not happy with the final European Commission’s plans to reform the European Union’s block exemption rules on car distribution, but accept that they are better than those originally floated in February. The new regulations, which won’t take full effect until September 2005, make it easier for European auto dealers to establish multi-brand dealerships and sell their vehicles to consumers throughout the European Union. They also make it easier for European ...
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