The European Commission is warning auto makers not to collude with rivals when complying with the European Union end of life vehicles (ELV) directive, which charges manufacturers and other automotive businesses with collecting and safely disposing of old cars. In a detailed report, the EC says it will check carefully whether the legislation's demands are leading auto manufacturers to break European competition laws limiting how businesses can cooperate, preserving consumer choice and ...
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