EU Commission postpones decision on clean air action against Germany by several weeks - report
The European Commission will decide whether to sue Germany for failing to comply with EU air quality standards some time in the coming weeks, news agency dpa reports in an article carried by Handelsblatt. The Commission initially said it would decide by mid-March, but the next announcements on legal action against member states are not expected until the end of April, dpa reports.
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