LONDON – A grant of about $52 million from the German government to DaimlerChrysler AG for a new auto engine facility in Berlin has aroused the suspicion of the European Commission The EC says the aid could breach EU regulations limiting the payment of state aid by European Union member states. The project is for production of a new 6-cyl. diesel engine and camshafts, to be carried out at the Berlin-Marienfelde engine plant, where DaimlerChrysler currently builds engines and ...

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