MADRID – A government watchdog agency levies €171 million ($191 million) against 21 automakers and two U.S. consultancies operating in Spain, culminating a third price-fixing investigation. The previous investigations by the National Commission on Competition and Markets resulted in fines totaling €52 million ($58 million) against several dealer groups and consulting companies. As with most of those businesses, the majority of companies targeted in the latest probe say they ...

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