PARIS – The European Commission is expected to experience a sea change in its agenda this fall as new members come onboard that likely will spell good news for Europe’s auto industry. The new team’s political makeup generally is more pro-liberalization than the current regime of Italian Commission President Romano Prodi. This is important because the EC generally is responsible for proposing legislation to EU ministers and the European Parliament. The governing body commands significant ...
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