(Recasts with EU reaction, justice ministry, share prices) BERLIN, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany approved a revised version of its 48-year old law governing carmaker Volkswagen on Tuesday, but appeared not to have addressed all of the concerns that led an EU court to strike it down last year. In a statement, German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries confirmed that under the new legislation, major strategic decisions at Europe's largest carmaker would still have to be approved by just over 80 ...
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