Adding more fuel to the political debate between the European Commission and vehicle manufacturers over pricing stability in the region, the European Union says new vehicle price differences within the EU remain unnecessarily high. Germany, Austria and the U.K. are cited as countries where prices are as much as 20% higher than in the rest of the EU. The study’s findings give further credence to plans by the EU to remove the “block exemption” status from auto makers later this year. The ...
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