BRUSSELS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - European Union rules on new car sales have succeeded in holding prices below inflation but the market for spare parts is still dominated by vehicle manufacturers, the EU's competition chief said on Monday. EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes said a controversial rewriting of rules governing car sales -- such as making it easier to carry out cross-border automobile purchases within the bloc -- had been a success for consumers. "Contrary to what many ...
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