(Adds details; fixes spelling of "series" in last paragraph) BRUSSELS, Nov 27 (Reuters) - European Internal Markets Commissioner Frits Bolkestein said on Thursday he was unhappy with the German government's defence of a law that the EU executive says shields car maker Volkswagen AG from foreign bids. "I can tell you that I am not satisfied with the reply the European Commission has received from Germany (on the VW law)," Bolkestein told a news conference in reply to a question. ...
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