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Germany Fails To Assuage EU Over Volkswagen Law

Law360 (June 5, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The European Commission has commenced enforcement proceedings against the German government over its alleged failure to make the necessary tweaks to its Volkswagen law.

On Thursday, the European Union said it had opened infringement proceedings against Germany because country had not yet complied with a ruling handed down last year by the European Court of Justice.

“So far, the Commission of the European Communities has received no information that is adequately specific for the purpose of indicating which measures will be taken by the German government...
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