BRUSSELS — The European Commission has fined DaimlerChrysler AG E72 million (US$65.8 million) for violations of European Commission free-trade laws. The commission says DC violated the laws by prohibiting dealers from selling low-priced cars outside of the German market. The commission contends the automaker instructed dealers in Spain, the Netherlands and Belgium not to sell vehicles to consumers from other EU countries who were looking to purchase their vehicles at a lower price than in ...

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