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Audi and Chrysler to be punished for breaking anti-monopoly law


China stated that foreign car makers Audi and Chrysler are to be punished together with 10 Japanese spare-part makers for violating the country’s anti-monopoly law. The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), which handles enforcing rules against anti-competitive pricing, said this Wednesday that it found Fiat SpA’s Chrysler in Shanghai and Volkswagen’s Audi in Hubei to have engaged in monopolistic behavior. ...
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