The European Union is holding a crisis summit Sunday in Brussels to scrutinize government support of the European auto industry under way in a number of its member states, with the goal of determining whether it gives car companies an unfair advantage over rivals. The EU says it may take several weeks to decide if industry bailout schemes in six countries can go ahead. “Condoning economic nationalism is the biggest mistake we could make,” EU antitrust chief Neelie Kroes is quoted as saying ...
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