EU plans to keep antitrust exempts for car repairs

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* EU proposes scrapping antitrust exemptions for car sales * EU says limited competition in car repairs sector * Invites comments for Feb. 10, 2010 * Proposals would be valid until May, 2013 BRUSSELS, Dec 21 (Reuters) - European Union regulators proposed continuing to let carmakers set up exclusive repair networks and bypass antitrust rules for three more years due to limited competition in the sector. But the European Commission said on Monday it planned to scrap antitrust ...

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