Ford sues Japanese parts maker on claims of price-fixing

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By Andrew Longstreth July 17 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co has sued Japanese auto-parts supplier Fujikura Ltd, claiming a conspiracy to fix the prices of electrical systems used in vehicles, the latest civil lawsuit filed in the wake of a related criminal investigation by the U.S. Justice Department. The government's probe has resulted in guilty pleas or agreements to plead guilty by 10 companies, including Fujikura. Last year it pleaded guilty and agreed to pay a ...

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