(Rewrites with quotes from EU source, background) By Lisa Jucca BRUSSELS, Jan 27 (Reuters) - The European Commission, seeking to avoid another damaging row with Germany, has delayed indefinitely a decision on pursuing legal action against a law protecting Volkswagen from hostile bids. An EU source said on Tuesday European Commission President Romano Prodi and other members of the EU executive had been worried over the social impact of any move against the law, which Germany, the EU's ...
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