The European Commission has cut the aid package submitted by the German government to BMW AG for the development of its Leipzig plant. Leipzig will launch production with next generation version of 3-series. The commission says the original outlay was too generous and that an additional E55 million ($55 million) in aid may not be granted. “The commission decided that Germany must reduce the planned regional investment aid in favor of BMW for the construction of a new car plant ...
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