The European Commission has proposed swift changes to rules governing uniform pricing of cars in European Union countries and the distribution and servicing of vehicles sold in the EU. The new rules have yet to be approved by the individual EU member governments and the European Parliament, with final approval expected in July. Current rules allow auto makers special anti-trust privileges in which prices for identical vehicles can vary as much as 30% from one country to another. ...
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