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US: executives of Japanese suppliers indicted in price-fixing probe


According to the US Department of Justice a federal grand jury in Detroit moved to indict seven executives at two Japanese auto parts makers because they were found guilty of price-fixing. The Department of Justice statement says the indictments relate to a conspiracy to engage into monopolistic practices that took place from as early as January 2000 to about February 2010. "Among ...
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