EU to reach decision on VW price-fixing fine BRUSSELS — The European Commission says it will reach a decision by the end of June on whether to fine Volkswagen AG for anti-competition practices. The German automaker reportedly is facing a US$4.6 million penalty for stopping dealers from giving discounts on its vehicles during 1996 and 1997. This is VW's second fine for price fixing. The EC ruled against the company in 1998 for prohibiting the import of vehicles to Germany from Italy, where ...

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