As European Union officials prepare for an August hiatus, the regulating body launches a series of legal threats against member governments for alleged auto-industry violations. The infractions could pull offending nations into bureaucratic court proceedings and cost the offenders thousands of euros per day until remedied. Most of the violations concern unbalanced taxation and registration policies. The European Commission is mulling whether to take legal action against France, Poland ...
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