Hungary threatens trouble with Commission over fuel regulation

Hungary is threatened with trouble from the EU Commission because of discrimination against foreigners at gas stations. A spokeswoman for the Brussels authority confirmed on Thursday that new regulation in force since Friday is currently being examined. It stipulates that owners of vehicles with foreign license plates may no longer benefit from state subsidies.

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