BERLIN, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Economy Ministry said on Tuesday steps had been taken to make sure a revised law governing carmaker Volkswagen did not lead to fines if it failed to satisfy European Union demands. The European Court of Justice, the bloc's highest court, ruled last year that the so-called "Volkswagen Law", in place since the company's privatisation in 1960, violated EU rules on the free flow of capital. That decision forced Berlin to come up with alternative ...
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