French court delays Daimler sales ban decision until Tuesday
PARIS Aug 23 (Reuters) - France's top administrative court said on Friday it would delay until Tuesday a decision on Daimler's request for an injunction lifting a ban on the sale of certain Mercedes Benz cars in France.
France has held up the sale of thousands of new Mercedes Benz cars because of a spat over Daimler's failure to switch to a new, more environmentally friendly coolant fluid. Daimler has argued the refrigerant, known as R1234yf, poses a potential fire hazard.
(Reporting by Alexandria Sage; Writing by Christian Plumb)
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