After months of debate, the European Commission sends a formal request to the German government to provide justification for the country’s long-standing “golden share” law that enables certain local governments to override attempts to acquire German companies. The Commission is particularly interested in a law that enables the German state of Lower Saxony to veto any attempts to take over Volkswagen AG. Lower Saxony holds 21% equity and voting rights in VW, but current law ...

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