PARIS – The European Commission is losing patience with the German government and is threatening legal action. At issue is a law that guarantees the national government and the regional government of Lower Saxony the power to override decisions made by Volkswagen AG’s supervisory board. Acting as a guardian of the European Union’s liberal rules on cross-border capital movement and investment, the Commission is demanding that within two months the German government reform a 1960 law on ...

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