China state TV accuses foreign carmakers of price gouging

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By Kazunori Takada and Samuel Shen SHANGHAI, Dec 5 (Reuters) - China's state television accused foreign carmakers of charging domestic customers more for repair costs than in other markets, singling out Audi, Subaru and Jaguar Land Rover Ltd in the latest of a series of programmes targeting foreign firms. The investigative report by China Central Television (CCTV), aired on Wednesday evening, also said that many of the foreign auto makers' dealers were reluctant ...

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