(adds Sarkozy confirmation) By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, June 21 (Reuters) - France sought on Thursday to remove a key reference to "free and undistorted" competition from a treaty to reform the European Union. French President Nicolas Sarkozy confirmed to reporters that Paris had made the request and said the German EU presidency had granted it. "There was some play on that, but today's presidency document satisfies our demand," he told a news conference. EU diplomats said Paris also ...
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