LONDON – The European Commission uses its competition-law powers to open up a multibillion-dollar race for the huge global market for intelligent chassis systems and advanced collision-avoidance technology. Its regulatory starter’s pistol is the terms it has imposed on German firm ZF, of Friedrichshafen, for its planned acquisition of TRW, based in Detroit. ZF and TRW are the two largest suppliers of chassis components – which include suspension ball joints, control arms, ...

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