The €52 million ($56.5 million) aid package Germany filed with the European Union for a new DaimlerChrysler AG plant has been withdrawn. DC plans to build a new, €200 million ($217 million) plant in Berlin, which aims to create 279 permanent jobs, but the European Commission says the financial package offered by Germany amounts to illegal state aid. Despite the setback, DC says the plant remains on track.

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