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BRUSSELS – It might seem unusual for European auto makers to welcome another layer of European Union legislation. But they say they’re happy to see proposed tougher minimum mandatory requirements for technical checks on cars and commercial vehicles across the 27-member bloc. Auto makers support the law proposed by the European Commission, the EU’s executive body, on vehicle roadworthiness. “It seems to make sense that periodic technical inspection is harmonized ...
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