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Rap over rules

THE EUROPEAN Court of Justice (ECJ) has censured Luxembourg for failing to obey directive 1999/EC/EC, which mandates a harmonisation of registration documents for vehicles within the European Union, easing administration for fleet managers. The court told Luxembourg to abandon its own national registration rules. If it refuses, the European Commission could ask ECJ judges to impose heavy recurring fines on the Grand Duchy.

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