FRANKFURT, March 28 (Reuters) - A German court ruled against premium carmaker Porsche AG in a legal dispute over inclusion in Deutsche Boerse AG's Prime Standard stock classification measure, the court said on Wednesday. Porsche wants to be admitted to the classification but refuses to publish quarterly reports, a condition for admittance. The Stuttgart-based company has argued that reporting on its business every three months is an unnecessary bureaucratic effort that would merely drew ...
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