By Alexandria Sage and Chine Labbé PARIS, Aug 27 (Reuters) - France's top administrative court lifted a sales freeze on Mercedes vehicles on Tuesday, dealing a blow to the government in a bitter row over German carmaker Daimler's use of a banned chemical. In a temporary injunction ordering the resumption of Mercedes registrations within two days, the Conseil d'Etat voiced "serious doubt" over the legality of the two-month freeze affecting ...
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