Question for written answer: Vehicle recalls by Daimler and other car manufacturers in Germany

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July 2018 infringements package: key decisions

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Question for Written Answer: Ireland’s continued breach of Article 56 TFEU following the ECJ ruling in Case 552/15 Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Marian Harkin (ALDE)

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Written Answer to a Question: Ireland’s continued breach of Article 56 TFEU following the ECJ ruling in Case 552/15

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Press Release: The European Commission and EU consumer authorities publish final assessment of dialogue with Volkswagen

The VW Group’s effort to build trust in the recalls and the significant improvement in the information provided to consumers, are welcomed. The rate of repair is now reaching 80% and the Group committed to continue the free-of-charge update and the related de facto guarantee to solve problems that arise after the update until the end of 2020. However, the Commission and the consumer authorities regret that the company could not give a full and clear guarantee in case of problems after the repair.

Speaking points of Commissioner Jourová at the press conference on EU consumer rules

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Event: Dieselgate, what next? (Brussels, 27 June 2018)

Member States, the European Parliament, health and environment NGOs, patient groups, car owners, scientists, industry associations and businesses will gather: (1) to ensure that Dieselgate-like breaches of environmental, consumer and other laws will not be repeated, (2) to safeguard the interests of consumers, the environment and patient groups, and (3) to restore the public trust in European sustainable car production.

June 2018 infringements package: key decisions

The key decisions taken by the Commission are presented below and grouped by policy area. The Commission is also closing 104 cases in which the issues with the Member States concerned have been solved without the Commission needing to pursue the procedure further.

Official Journal (L Series): Decisions of the EEA Joint Committee No 104/2017 of 13 June 2017

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Press Release: May infringements package – key decisions

The key decisions taken by the Commission are presented below and grouped by policy area. The Commission is also closing 96 cases in which the issues with the Member States concerned have been solved without the Commission needing to pursue the procedure further.

Press Release: The General Court dismisses the action for damages brought by almost 1 500 individuals following the adoption by the Commission of a 2016 regulation on pollutant emissions from vehicles

Without ruling on the legality of that regulation, the annulment of which is sought by several European capitals in other cases, the General Court finds that those almost 1 500 individuals have not established that the alleged harm is actual and certain or personal.

OPP Meeting Summary: EP TRAN Committee – Vote on Odometer manipulation in motor vehicles: revision of the EU legal framework (25 April 2018)

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Official Journal (C Series): Case AT.39881 — Occupant Safety Systems supplied to Japanese Car Manufacturers

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Agenda: EESC plenary session – renewal session (18-19 April 2018)

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OPP Meeting Summary: EP ENVI Committee – Exchange of views with Commissioner Bieńkowska on the follow-up to EMIS recommendations under the ENVI remit (14 March 2018)

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March 2018 infringements package: key decisions

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OPP Meeting Summary: EP TRAN Committee – Odometer manipulation in motor vehicles (5 March 2018)

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Stakeholder Press Release: Carmakers’ own tests show many of the newest diesels are still ‘dangerously’ polluting

Dozens of the latest models of “Euro 6” diesel cars – newly approved for sale since the “dieselgate” scandal – are exceeding air pollution limits according to the manufacturers’ own tests, an Unearthed investigation has revealed. The news comes as the UK car industry is touting the latest Euro 6 standard diesels as the “cleanest in history”, amid nosediving sales and government moves to discourage consumers from driving highly polluting diesel cars.

Agenda: EP TRAN Committee Meeting (5 March 2018)

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Press Release: ALDE Group calls on the European Commission to reinforce its fight against anti-competitive behaviour within the EU

The ALDE Group has today thrown its full support behind a report drafted by Ramon Tremosa i Balcells MEP for the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, concerning the Annual Report on EU Competition Policy. The parliamentary report, which was adopted today by the Committee with strong cross-party support, recognises the growing workload of the European Commission’s DG Competition and the strong actions taken by Commissioner Vestager with regard big major Antitrust and State Aid cases such as Google, Apple, Amazon but also in the truck cartel case.

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