Peugeot faces price fixing inquiry by EC BRUSSELS — Peugeot SA is the latest automaker to face allegations of price fixing in Europe. The automaker reportedly refused to sell cars to customers who traveled to the Netherlands, where vehicles are less expensive. The European Union has begun an inquiry into the company's actions. DaimlerChrysler AG, Adam Opel AG and Renault SA also are under suspicion for the same issue. Volkswagen AG last year was fined US$106 million when it refused to sell ...
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