BRUSSELS, March 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission, trying to inject more competition into Europe's car repairs market, asked for feedback on Friday on proposals by four big carmakers that could boost independent mechanics. An antitrust probe by the European Union's executive found problems with the way DaimlerChrysler , Toyota , General Motors and Fiat provided technical information to independent repair shops. "The Commission is concerned that the market position of independent ...
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