Audi to Accept Penalty in China Antitrust Investigation


MUNICH, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Volkswagen 's premium auto unit Audi on Wednesday said it would accept a penalty and change management processes at one of its China units after a regional authority said it had discovered violations of anti-monopoly laws. "According to investigations of the Hubei Provincial Price Bureau, partial practices in the dealership network of the FAW-Volkswagen Sales Co., Audi Sales Division in Hubei province have violated national Anti-Monopoly laws," Audi ...


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