(Releads with company as source, adds comment) BRUSSELS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Germany has withdrawn its application for European Union approval for a 52 million euro aid package to DaimlerChrysler , the car maker said on Tuesday, but added that its plans were still on track. The European Commission, the bloc's executive arm which polices state aid, said it had ceased its probe into the aid after Germany notified it that the package had been withdrawn. "The only thing I can confirm is it ...
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