Japanese Automakers Cut Parts Prices in China Amid Anti-Monopoly Probe

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SHANGHAI, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota, Honda and Nissan became the latest foreign carmakers to respond to China's anti-monopoly investigation into the auto industry, as the probe's impact extends beyond foreign luxury auto brands. GAC Toyota Motor Co, Toyota's joint venture with China's GAC Group, and Guangqi Honda Automobile Co, Honda's venture with GAC, both said late on Friday they would cut spare part prices due to the investigation. Nissan's joint ...

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